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Where can I buy?

Postby Sladedavid » Sun Sep 24, 2017 9:00 pm

Hi all I am new to this so go easy on me.
I am after a supplier of pippy or burr waney edge boards.
I am based in Essex so would be great if localish but don't mind traveling it but, but most places do send stuff.
I just need a good solid supplier that will have plenty of stock to look at.
Mainly after longer lengths for table tops.
Any help people would be great, as I can only find people that have small bits or they want crazy money.
Thanks

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Re: Where can I buy?

Postby promhandicam » Mon Sep 25, 2017 10:19 pm

Welcome to the forum. No idea about Essex, but if you're prepared to travel have a look at English Woodland Timber in West Sussex.

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Re: Where can I buy?

Postby rhrwilliams » Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:07 pm

+1 for English Woodlands Timber - really good place

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Re: Where can I buy?

Postby justaskin » Thu Sep 28, 2017 7:05 am

Hi Take a butchers at Goodtimber.com on the A5 nth of Towcester. Its a gob smacking place especially if your into turning, loads of uncut timber at a really good price.
Its only downfall is its run by a one man band so he cant always be tied to the phone. Make sure you phone first.
Richard

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Re: Where can I buy?

Postby thekarter » Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:33 pm

promhandicam wrote:Welcome to the forum. No idea about Essex, but if you're prepared to travel have a look at English Woodland Timber in West Sussex.

+1 for English Woodland Timber a company that have been around for years. Huge stock of timber - excellent people to deal with.
Alan


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