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THE family that owns Studley Sawmills near Calne says it plans to repair the damage caused by Wednesday’s major fire and resume work as soon as possible.
A total of 13 fire crews battled the blaze at Vastern Timber at Studley just after 10am yesterday after it is believed the fire started in an extractor and spread to a storage unit.
As emergency services battled the blaze, plumes of dense black smoke spread across the countryside and nearby residents were asked to keep their windows closed.
BORDERS forestry firm Treeline Woodlands has established a partnership with Warwick-based forestry and firewood machinery specialists Fuelwood.
SW Group has donated over 2,500 logs to the BEAM installation, a multi-sensory experience at this year’s Glastonbury Festival which has been designed by award-winning artist Wolfgang Buttress.
Buttress is best known for his sculpture in Kew Gardens, Hive, which won a gold medal at the 2015 Milan Expo and highlights the importance of bees in our ecosystem.
For Kent-based arb contractors The Living Forest, the quality of the customer service they receive from suppliers is just as important as the quality of the machinery itself. And that’s why, when it comes to their choice of woodchipper, it’s GreenMech that wins the day. With three tracked and trailed machines currently on the fleet, their reliability – coupled with the back-up support received – sees further investment on the horizon.