At the January Furniture Show, Joe Bray, Head of Sylva Wood School, gave a talk about ‘Working with home-grown timber’.
We invite you to join us exploring what’s on offer at the Sylva Wood School in our next Open Day.
Recently, we welcomed the new students at the Sylva Wood School.
Sylva Foundation has teamed up with the National Trust to turn trees lost to Ash dieback into a range of hand-crafted stools, made at the Sylva Wood School.
We are delighted to welcome Phillip Gullam as our new Wood School Assistant. Phil previously taught at Rycotewood for a number of years, teaching various furniture-making courses. He brings to the role a breadth of experience gained over the years. Phil has been involved in the teaching and assessing qualifications for wood occupations for more…
In September, Sylva Foundation hosted a Summer School for young creative people to promote design and craft using home-grown timber. The inspiring report from the workshop is published today to coincide with Grown in Britain week.