Category: News

My Favourite Tree 2024 celebration

The My Favourite Tree competition of 2024 has once again captured the imagination and creativity of little artists. With a record-breaking 223 entries, the event has blossomed into a full-fledged celebration of arboreal beauty and artistic expression. Judges, Ema Rowe,...

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The Exmoor Squirrel Project – A farewell from us

In January 2023 Three Atop Woodland Services Ltd joined forces with Red Squirrel South West and Exmoor National Park, funded by the Forestry Commission. We focused on a 35km stretch along the North Coast of Exmoor using its landscape as...

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My Favourite Tree Competition 2024

My Favourite Tree Competition 2024! Our annual competition with Ema Rowe from Wild Wellies,  Wild Wellies ( Tales & Treasures!) | Facebook  has to be the highlight of our year. Initially the competition was open to the children of Exmoor...

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Sawmill Saturday

We heard some of you are missing out on popping in to see us at the Sawmill during the week. We have given you a whole Sawmill Saturday. Our doors will open at 09:30 for you to come and take...

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From fallen Beech to final resting place

The Three Atop team are always on hand to aide our customers with their bespoke ideas and projects. We love nothing more than creating special pieces and this request was like no other. A majestic beech tree on a local...

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Seed to Sawmill

Seed to Sawmill is a fun free event for all the family, celebrating Exmoor’s trees and woodlands. Enjoy demonstrations by local crafters including pole lathe demonstrations, green woodworking and basket weaving. Wood & nature themed activities for children, lots of...

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The Exmoor Perambulation 2023

The Exmoor Perambulation 2023 was not something we thought would be in our calendar this year. CareMoor for Exmoor reached out to see if we were up for a challenge. Not ones to shy aways from any challenge we immediately...

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Ash Dieback

Ash dieback really has got its grip on Exmoor. A few thoughts from Nick and the team: Over the past few years, we have been softly suggesting it would be a sensible idea to consider work being done in the...

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