Our inaugural meeting at Hales Wood, Saffron Walden, Essex, 4th October, 2015
The East Anglian Coppice network, a loose network of coppice workers in East Anglia,
met for the first time in October 2015, under the guidence of Paul Vodden
and hosted by Andy Basham at Hales Wood, Essex.
We are members of the National Coppice Federation,
and various other like minded groups (under Links), and attend events
to network and spread the coppice word.
As a group we meet 3 times a year, each time at a
different member’s place/wood, which encompasses
a wide geography, from south Essex to North Norfolk
and west cambridgeshire.
Our Constitution is here
If you are interested in joining our group, send us an email details as follows or fill out this form:
Some photographs and memories of Paul Vodden, our founder who died October 2020, our here.
(Header images from Hales Wood, and John Esling of Hedgery, a Hazel arch built at Great Glemham in 2011, inspired by a gateway seen on TV in the course of the Libyan uprising against Gaddafi)