The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
TWiG: March 2020
Tattenhall Online is being read far and wide!
The sale of coppiced hazel by Tattenhall Wildlife Group (TWiG) continues apace.
Individuals from as far as the Wirral and Warrington have come to collect bean poles, pea sticks and walking sticks as well as for a multitude of other uses.
Most recently 'Jo' from the company 'Little Foot Team Building', picked up a large quantity of 8 foot bean poles to be used in their fantastic team-building programmes for schools and corporates on the Wirral and Merseyside.
The response to this sustainable initiative on the part of TWiG has been absolutely staggering.
Should you still wish to collect the coppiced hazels, then please contact us to arrange collection at:
or phone Andrew on 01829 770026
(We are asking for a donation of £10 for each bundle i.e. as large as you can personally carry — all monies will be poured back into our local conservation work).
Thank you to everyone for your support.
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