Local Logs

I have a small but reputable company working in woodland management and I sell logs in order to pay the bills (or some!). I only sell fully seasoned hard wood logs and deliver free of charge in a 10 mile radius of Chelmsford.

I can sell logs in small bags or by the trailer load so prices start at £6.50 for a small bag or £190 for 2 x cu/m being a full trailer load. Kindling is also available.

The woods I manage are just north of Chelmsford and offer a sustainable source of wood and the process benefits the woodland and all the creatures which live in them.

The main difference in what I offer is that my logs are not imported, they are fully seasoned and ready to burn, the process benefits the local habitat and wildlifeI, I offer free delivery and stacking, all the logs are hardwood and produce maximum heat output. Delivery is available 7 days a week.

For more information please call Charles on 01245 233659 or 07710453873

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Chelmsford Garden Village has received support and financial backing of £150,000 from the UK Government as one of 19 new villages to receive funding through the Garden Communities Programme.
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