About Say it with Wood

Cleft Chestnut Fencing makers Toby and Aly with their Three Counties award

Say It With Wood have been providing cleft Chestnut fencing and forestry services for years and it’s certainly been an interesting journey with various changes along the way. However some things have remained the same from the beginning, the company has always prided itself on providing a personable service to all their customers whilst offering a high quality, durable and sustainable product.

Our Story

Many people ask how Toby and Aly came to create Say It with Wood and where their story started. To find out more why not take a few minutes to read our Company History. You can also look at our Meet the Team page to learn about the crew and their roles. If you want to find out more about Sweet Chestnut and it’s uses or are interested in some of the issues facing our British woodland then have a look at our Links page to find out about some of the amazing companies we supply, support and work with.

Our news

Like us on Facebook to keep up with our latest news – we post weekly updates and have lots of pictures of our best work. Plus you can see the team in action processing your orders. We’ll also share some of the most interesting industry news.

See our Testimonials page displaying some of our favourite comments from happy customers. We are therefore very proud of the positive responses we receive but are constantly looking to improve so if you have feedback from an order don’t hesitate to get in touch. And we would love for you to complete our survey if you have ordered from us in the past. It will only take a couple of minutes and will help us to provide you with a better service.

If you have any suggestions on what you would like to see on this website please do let us know.

Upgrade Harvesting Machinery Project
We have received a grant to support a project to purchase a Sub 12t base machine with FMS 575ST  harvesting head. It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development. Europe investing in rural areas.

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