Long Wood can supply seasoned hardwood or softwood firewood at competitive prices and can also supply timber milled to your requirements. All of our firewood and timber is sustainably sourced and processed onsite. Firewood is available either loose or bagged for collection or delivery. Long Wood also undertakes occasional sales of standing timber from thinnings as prescribed within our silvicultural plan. Please contact the office for current prices or to discuss your order requirements.
Our current price list for stock items is available to download in the resources section
Our on-site Woodmizer sawmill can process lengths of up to 6m. We can process our own timber to order or, alternatively, if you have a piece that requires precision milling, we can process it to your specifications (subject to biosecurity controls). Our skilled miller can advise on the best cutting patterns to get the most out of your timber.
Carcassing and boards
Long Wood can supply seasoned hardwood firewood at compettive prices, sustainably souced from our own stock and processsed on site. Firewood is available either loose in loads or bagged. For collection only. Please see our current price list for full details
The Long Wood team have designed and produced a range of other timber products including railway sleepers and garden benches. More products are being added to our range, please see the price list for full details.
Long Wood host a regular volunteering day each week called “Woodland Wednesdays.” Our volunteers are a mixed group from all walks of life, who come together for a common cause of improving the woods for visitors and wildlife. This session is led by our Warden who supervises all the tasks, provides guidance in using the tools and will even make you cups of tea and coffee to keep you going.
The group gets up to all sorts of tasks from woodland management, to path work, to greenwood crafts and also carpentry projects such as making bird boxes. If you’ve got a particular interest or skill you want to develop, just let the Warden know and they can tell you what’s coming up in the programme.
No previous experience or knowledge is needed to get involved, our Warden will be there to guide you through each activity. They are also First Aid trained. All tools and protective clothing such as gloves and hard hats (where needed) are provided. All you need to bring is suitable outdoor clothing and a packed lunch. We also have compost toilets available on site.
Our volunteers meet in our main car park by the new Visitor Centre at 10am, finishing up between 4-5pm, depending on the task. If you need to leave earlier, that’s no problem but you’d have to find your own way back to the car park from the work site.
Our car park is located on the road that runs between Llangybi and Llanfair Clydogau, just north of Lampeter. Directions can be found in the ‘How To Find Us’ section of this website.
As well as Woodland Wednesdays we also have other opportunities for you to get involved throughout the year including special volunteering days, public events and training courses. Our Warden can tell you about these when you come along or drop us an email with your question.