The UK's Leading forestry and timber harvesting and marketing company.

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Tilhill Forestry is the UK’s leading forestry management and timber harvesting and marketing company. We operate nationally from a network of offices across the UK.

We offer a full range of forest and woodland management services to owners, including forestry and woodland investment expertise. We supply roundwood into all major UK processors and biomass energy markets. We also apply our skills to landscaping our environment.

Our qualified and experienced managers care for your woodland or forest to get you the best possible return and access to the premium timber prices. Our unique internal interaction between our sustainable forestry and harvesting managers means we provide an unrivalled service to our customers.

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Attend Our Free Woodland Investment Seminar

15 May 2019

Attend Our Free Woodland Investment SeminarTilhill Forestry’s Investment and Property Team are delighted to announce their Woodland Investment Seminar taking place in Cheltenham...

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Announcement

We have just published our annual magazine, The Leader and would be delighted to share it with you. It showcases the industry leading projects we are involved in. Download a copy from the 'Resources' section of this website or email us on enquiries@tilhill.com and ask for a printed copy to be sent to you.

Timber Trades Benevolent Society fundraising clay pigeon shooting competition

25 April 2019

The Tilhill Forestry team took part in the Timber Trades Benevolent Society fundraising clay pigeon shooting competition at Clauny Clays in Kirkcaldy and...

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Tilhill Forestry leads forest visit with International Forestry Students’ Association.

16 April 2019

Tilhill Forestry, Wales and Marches Forest Manager Simon Miller led a tour for NERM (Northern European Regional Meeting) to Hafod Boeth Forest with...

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ICF Council Election Success

16 April 2019

Kerstin Leslie, one of Tilhill Forestry’s South-West Scotland Forest Managers, has successfully been elected, with an overwhelming majority, to the Institute of Chartered...

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Latest Blogs

Forestry, an a-typical recruit!

13 May 2019

This is the first blog in a series of six that I have been asked to write. I intend to use this...

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Forestry? As a Career?

02 May 2019

”Take three months to find your feet”. This was the first instruction I received upon embarking on my career as an Assistant Forest...

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Case Studies

Grimsthorpe Case Study

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Utilising technology - Drones

John Ferguson, Tilhill Forestry's First Commercial Drone Pilot Here’s what Tilhill Forestry Manager, John Ferguson (Wales & The Marches, Bala) had...

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Restoring a National Nature Reserve in South Yorkshire

During the winter of 2015/16 Tilhill Forestry secured a contract on the Humberhead Peatlands National Nature Reserve with Natural England...

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Tilhill Forestry on Facebook

18/05/19

INVEST in Parc Caletwr. https://buff.ly/2VpDLEq Last chance to invest in a timber growing forest. CLOSING shortly. https://www.facebook.com/tilhillforestry/videos/343331726367379/...

17/05/19

Rhododendron | Invasive Species Week https://buff.ly/2E5lJRX Phytophthora ramorum is an aggressive disease which kills a wide range of trees and shrubs...

17/05/19

Pareidolia can cause people to interpret random images, or patterns of light and shadow, as faces! Alex Mackinnon, Tilhill Forestry's...

16/05/19

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY https://buff.ly/2HmjPxk Dean wood ✅ Idyllic location for any woodland investor ✅ Tranquil and sheltered from the surrounding urban areas ✅...

16/05/19

Japanese Knotweed | Invasive Species Week https://buff.ly/2LGfdr7 Avoid environmental harm: Japanese Knotweed shades out native plants by producing a dense...

16/05/19

Amazing how the forest floor eats up any organic matter turning it straight back into nutrients and soil #circulareconomy...