Welcome to National Beanpole Week

Welcome to National Beanpole Week 2014       12- 20   April 2014                             Monty Don supports Beanpole week – see below 

National Beanpole Week 2014 will celebrate Britain’s coppiced woodlands, the animals and plants that live in them, the coppice workers who look after them and the beanpoles and other coppice wood products they produce.

Join in and do your bit to secure the future of Britain’s coppiced woodlands - come along to a Beanpole Week event and switch to eco-friendly coppiced beanpoles.

Contact me and the team for more information about this year’s many special events – there’ll be something for everyone, so you’re sure to find something you’ll really enjoy.

And visit www.coppice-products.co.uk to find yourself some coppiced beanpoles for your garden or allotment (click on ‘directory’ for a listing of suppliers who sell coppiced beanpoles and other coppice wood products).

Another useful directory can be found on the Allotment Forestry website at www.allotmentforestry.com/directnew.htm.

Carry on surfing or contact us to find out more.

Happy Beanpoling!
Richard Thomason

Monty Don supports National Beanpole week.                                We asked Monty if he would support National Beanpole week , we were pleased and grateful  to receive his reply:                                                                                                                            “Beanpoles are useful. Beanpoles are beautiful. Beanpoles are completely sustainable. What is more every beanpole we use in our gardens contributes to the conservation of the rich but fragile coppice ecosystem. “- Monty Don 

Monty along with other  TV presenters have shown there support over the years


Toby Buckland“When you choose British grown coppiced beanpoles, you make the right choice for our native woodlands, local jobs, wildlife and the environment. You also make the right choice for your garden because coppiced beanpoles and pea sticks are so easy and pleasurable to work with and provide plants with the grip and support they need.” - Toby Buckland

“It really makes good sense to use more British coppice wood products in the garden, so I’m adding my voice to the call for gardeners and growers to switch to locally-grown coppiced beanpoles and pea sticks” - Bob Flowerdew