Bluebell Coppice Charcoal
A Truly Sustainable Source
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Wildlife in Bluebell Wood

The conservation of Somerset woodland and their inhabitants have always be high on our agenda.

Our woods are teeming with wildlife and awash with bluebells in the spring and we wish to keep it that way. Even as far as to say will actively encourage the wildlife to thrive by erecting lots of dormouse and bat boxes and leave lots of deadwood piles to encourage insects, fungi etc.

Deer are frequently seen but this means we need to fence fresh coppice to prevent them eating the re-growth.

We burn charcoal at night (read the reasons why) and it could be lonely at times if it was not for the resident bats and owls who often come out to watch us.