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Firewood from the OneOak tree

posted on January 29, 2010
OneOak firewood

Paul Williams and Darrell Cross

The first product from the OneOak tree was made on the day of the felling – January 20th 2010.

Local firewood merchant Trees & Gardens brought their firewood processor to the Blenheim Estate woodland and produced about 1 cubic metre of oak firewood logs.  They weighed 460kg.

The logs will now be stored until seasoned (dry) in winter 2010.

Our thanks to Paul Williams (owner) and assistant Darrell Cross for demonstrating at the project launch.

If you are interested in buying firewood around the Woodstock area you can contact Paul at:

telephone 01993 891767.

Trees & Gardens - local firewood merchants

local firewood merchants

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