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                      locally grown hardwood timber

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                               English Timber Sales - On-site milling

Our Timber

Most of our timber is cut from storm damaged trees such as Oak, Yew, Holly and Sweet Chestnut grown in and around The Dukeries and Sherwood Forest.

Care and consideration are given to grain patterns when milling each section of tree, we mill for quality not quantity.

In most cases, because we work closely with woodland owners and managers, we can not only tell you when the tree fell, we will also be able to say when it was planted, as is the case of the Sweet Chestnut that blew down during high winds in 2007 but was planted in the 1660's at the beginning of the Restoration period, making the tree some 350 years old.

One of the key points about our timber is that none of it comes from timber plantations, none of it has been grown solely for timber harvesting.

So, when sourcing timber for your next project why not check out our Artisan Wood Barn.

On-site milling services

With our unique on-site milling service we come to you, saving both time and expense on haulage to timber mills.

Click 'here' to see what we've milled recently

                 So, how do we get from this............a wind blown Sweet Chestnut...

                                 ............to this?
                    Sweet Chestnut floorboards.

                                              Find out here

Yew Hedge Trimmings - important notice:

Few people know that part of the new growth on Yew hedging is used in chemotherapy. So next time you cut your hedges don't throw the trimmings away please contact Limehurst and help fight this dreadful disease.

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