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Page background images and galleries: Scenes from the Woodland Ways circular walk by a WW volunteer
Voulunteer Tree image on front page by Sarah White: Creative Commons image
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help change the landscape too!
M F Everitt Engineering Ltd
Suppliers of welding - electric and gas - to Woodland Ways. Their first-class technical support of our charity is much appreciated. You can find the Everitt team at Unit 2 Mersers Road, Chapel Pond Hill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP32 7HT Tel: 01284-704186
A water management and engineering company, who recently lined our ponds at Natterer's Wood and Woodland Ways Pond with a plastic liner to help them hold water - with thanks for their specialist support.
Alba Trees, based in Scotland, is where Woodland Ways source the trees that we plant in our community woodland.
The Alba website has an impressive wholesale and retail catalogue of the broad range of trees and shrubs that they supply throughout the UK.
Suppliers we recommend
Our project would not be possible without
the help of these service suppliers.
Thank you all.
Urban Forestry (Bury St. Edmunds) Ltd are one of the Uk's premier Landscaping and Tree Work companies. Established in 1992, the company are approved contractors for the Arboricultural Association and the British Association of Landscape Industries.
Urban Forestry very generously donate the wood chips to Woodland Ways, which we use as mulch for young trees and as path surfacing.
Thank you to Urban Forestry.
J. Toms Ltd, based in Kent, are Woodland Ways suppliers for all our woodland sundries, from binding twine to plant ties.
The aerial photographs of the Giant Bat, on this website, are courtesy of Airshots.The company offers expertise of aerial photography gained from around the world. Their web pages contain a nice selection of sites they have photgraphed.
If you have a site that would benefit from an aerial view, then Airshots are the people.
No aerial shot can be taken without a professional, stable aerial platform to take the shots from.Aeromega supplied the helicopter to photograph the Woodland Ways Giant Bat.
R & D were the local company that successfully tendered for the development of the Natterer's Wood site, the work being funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The team from R & D undertook the work with full professional project planning expertise and delivered our easy access footpath and excavated our landscape designs on time, to budget and with the highest regard for Health and Safety.