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Job Vacancy Re-advertised: Wood Recycler (Driver/Wood collector). Part Time – 2 days per week (Extra days available) We are keen to meet you if you believe in Climate Action! ….. and if you are a motivated and enthusiastic person who enjoys working outside, have a...
We hope there's something for everyone at OWR this Saturday morning 10am - 2pm. We have wood work lessons (bookable) for anybody wishing to kickstart their upcycling career or DIY. Giant wood games for the kids, and a mini wood university from our resident professor...read more
We're delighted to share the news that we have won an award for being 'Clean and Green' at the recent inaugural JackFM Brick Awards. We enjoyed a fun evening of dinner and entertainment at the Bodlean Library in Oxford and it was a privilege to be in the room with...read more
NOW CLOSED. We're delighted to announce an exciting opportunity to join our award winning social enterprise based in Abingdon; leading the way in promoting the re-use of waste wood and supporting people at a disadvantage with work experience and employment...read more
We’re really pleased to have been nominated for an award at this year’s Jack’s Brick Awards, the awards for trades in the Jack FM area. We have been short-listed for the Clean and Green Award, which is especially gratifying as we have been dedicated to helping...read more
Picture of a “screen made by our colleagues at Somerset Wood Recycling – wood recyclers are stronger together” A beautiful and useful room divider made from re-claimed pallet wood. On sale at OWR price £120.read more
This very interesting and timely Forest Defenders Conference highlights the ongoing plight of indigenous peoples from forested areas. Their misfortune is to be in the way of (often illegal) logging operations to harvest valuable tropical hardwood timber. Their...read more