Three Copse Woodland Products​


Over the years as a company we have worked with and brought from many different suppliers. Below are some of them, We hope that you will find the links helpful in understanding our reasons for working or trading with these companies.

Hampshire Coppice Group

Putting Life into your Landscape

The Group was set up in 2003 with the aim of supporting the work of coppice, underwood and associated craftsmen in Hampshire, as well as raising awareness of the benefits and opportunities they provide for woodlands and their wildlife, the landscape, rural employment and sustainable development.

we are also proud members of Hampshire Coppice Craftsmens Group

The purpose of this, the official Association of Polelathe Turners & Greenwood Workers web site, is to promote green woodworking and all its associated crafts so that once again the woodlands of the world are nurtured and valued as a source of employment and enjoyment.

Association of Polelathe Turners & Greenwood Workers (APT)

Hampshire Farmers Market

Our Farmers’ Markets bring you the best of Hampshire’s local food and drink, direct to you from the producer. Local food for local people – that’s what Hampshire Farmers’ Markets is about.

Hampshire Farmers Market

Mark Allery - Woodlandantics Blog

A member of both Hampshire and Sussex and Surrey coppice groups we first Turned along side mark at the  2008 New forest show.

On his Bog site Mark describes himself thus :”Pole-lathe turner, greenwood worker and woodsman living and working in and around Lynchmere, on the border of West Sussex and Hampshire between Haslemere and Liphook

Mark is always very frendly and helpful so have a look at his blog and visit him at one of the many shows and events that he demonstrates at throughout the year.

Robin Fawcett - The Treewright – As seen on the 4th Plinth

We first met Robin several years ago at the Association of pole lathe turners (APT) Bodgers ball Robin is a green woodworker as well as a growing, planting, maintaining, coppicing and felling the trees. One of Robins specialties is the whimmy-diddle. He is also a prolific blogger –