This neat little picnic table made from reclaimed cedar wood bought from our wood store converts into a beautiful garden bench!
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Tag Archives | community wood recycling
Cambridge wood works provides a community wood recycling service for the Cambridge region
Many visitors to the wood store are building a tree house in their back garden, and a couple of them have sent us photos of what they’ve made. This one from Ian blends in really well with the rest of the garden and makes use of reclaimed wood from both ourselves and Cottenham sawmill. The frame […]
We hope this reclaimed wood play tunnel will fuel the imagination, leading to a wonderful world of adventure for all the little visitors to Home Farm!
Here’s some great photos Andrew sent us showing how he made a lovely little pot from our reclaimed wood…
Kieron sent us these fab photos of the lovely things he’s been making with our reclaimed wood… I thought I would send you a couple of pictures of my latest projects. I have just finished this unit. I wanted a unit with shoe storage and as I already had the baskets, came up with […]
Free, drop-in skillshare in the new Library community room and, weather allowing, in the community garden. For all ages and abilities. Learn from Liz our master composter about the why and how of composting. Cambridge Woodworks will donate a compost bin from pallets and have hotlogs to sell. Help us turn the existing compost, and see […]
Read the latest from our Made from waste blog…
Many thanks to everyone who came to see us at the Mill Road Winter Fair 2014 in our new big red gazebo. We gave out over 200 free samples of Cambridge Hotlogs on the day and sold all the 12.5kg bags of Cambridge Hotlogs we had on display, mostly to local customers. Our big cast […]
Many thanks to our customer Philip who sent in these photos of window frames he made from our lovely reclaimed timber…
Phill sent us this story about how he made a shelter for his wedding banquet with reclaimed wood from our wood store. He’s also gone a bit Buckminster Fuller and built a geodesic dome too!