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07 August 2017

New senior appointments at Tilhill Forestry

Tilhill Forestry has announced two new senior appointments both of which will be based at its head office in Scotland. Kirsty Adams will join as the new Head of Safety & Assurance and Iggy Dunn has been promoted to Financial Director. Kirsty, from Denny, Scotland, is a Chartered Health and Safety Professional...


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17 July 2017

Tilhill Forestry wins Gold at RoSPA Awards 2017

Tilhill Forestry has continued its success at the UK’s most prestigious safety awards with a Gold award from RoSPA for an excellent health and safety performance during 2016. Tina Ambler, Safety Manager for Tilhill Forestry, accepted the award on behalf of the company at a prestigious award ceremony in Birmingham. All RoSPA...


04 July 2017

Sixth consecutive win for Tilhill Forestry in Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards

Tilhill Forestry is celebrating after winning the New Commercial Woodlands trophy in the Quality Timber Award category at the 2017 Scotland’s Finest Woods Awards which honour the outstanding contributions made by woodland to people, the environment and the economy. The winning property, Jerah, located in Sheriffmuir, Dunblane is owned by Mr...


23 June 2017

New Forest Managers for Tilhill Forestry in Southern England

Two new Forest Managers have been appointed to strengthen the company’s operations across Kent, Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire. Working from Tilhill Forestry’s offices in Groombridge, Kent, Hugh Davies MICFor will cover Kent and Sussex. He has an MSc in Environmental Forestry from Bangor University and his wide range of experience includes...

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