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Come and take part in the ancient art of making charcoal. This will be both an informative and fun, hands on practical experience.
Our locally sourced hardwood charcoal not only burns hot for long periods of time but is a crucial alternative to imported charcoal; a big a contributer to deforestation of Indonesian mangrove forests. It also provides income for those engaging in sustainable woodland management practices as we tend to charcoal what would otherwise be waste wood product.
SUNDAY 28th MAY
£30 per person for the day. Limited places. This includes all food and refreshments for the day (cooked on an open fire) plus one ‘free’ bag of Leeds Coppice Workers Charcoal to take home at the end. Please get in in contact to book on to the course.
Transport leaving from Woodhouse Community Centre LS6 2NY at 9.30am. Return approx 4pm. Half price available for regular Leeds
Coppice Workers Volunteers.
To book please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Tom on: 07920095540