Corporate Supporters

Become a corporate partner

Working with Small Woods could be mutually beneficial. Research has found that 89% of consumers think businesses should support a charity, with 47% of these saying they are more likely to buy from those companies.

Having our logo on your literature and website can really encourage support and loyalty for your business by helping to inform your customers of your social responsibility and care. It helps us by providing public awareness and support.

Your support helps keep our services running, meaning we can continue our work on environmental projects which make a real difference to the future of woods and trees, local communities and our UK landscape.

There are many ways your business can work with Small Woods, these include: employee volunteering, sponsorship of events and projects, staff fundraising and Direct donations.

We are always open to new ideas, however, and will be happy to work with you to form a tailored plan that will meet your business objectives and meet your corporate social responsibility objectives, while ensuring your support makes a real difference to our service.

For more information get in touch: – 01952 435862 or email [email protected]


Many thanks to our Corporate Supporter members.

Beech Tree Insurance

Friends of Geers Wood

Silvanus Trust

Court of Noke Farm Partnership

Pembrokeshire National Park

Natural Resources Wales

Forestry England

Nottingham Trent University, Brackenhust College Campus

Woodland Trust

Derbyshire County Council


Wildlife Woodlands

Woodlands for Sale

Swindon Borough Council

Wiltshire County Council

Milton Community Woodland Trust

Marsh Christian Trust

Haileybury College

Moulton College

Antrim College of Agriculture

Friends Trust

Exmoor National Park

Yorkshire Dales National Park

Waverley Borough Council

Severn Gorge Countryside Trust

Forestry Commission East of England

Forestry Commission West Midlands

National Forest

Broomhill Plantation

Martlesham Heath Householders

Wernbrake Woodland Ltd

CRB Services Ltd

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

James, Holyoak and Parker

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Wood supply chain workshop

  • Online 6:30pm - 8pm
  • 22 Jun 2021 - 22 Jun 2021
You may already know that the UK was recently the second largest net importer of forest products in the world, behind China. Clearly, there is much more to do, from Government through to individual customers, to inform and incentivise the growing and buying of more locally sourced timber; and sourced from woodland managed to a good standard.