Tilhill Forestry is delighted to have won multiple awards across different categories in the 2018 Woodlands Competition at the Royal Welsh Show. Senior Forest Manager, Iwan Parry entered four woodlands into the Royal Welsh Show Woodlands Competition winning twelve different prizes.
To complete the accolades, Iwan Parry also won the prestigious ‘ICF Challenge Trophy’ for ‘The Best Professional Management in all Woodland Classes.’
David Edwards, District Manager, Wales & Marches said: “We are very pleased that we have once again been successful in this year’s awards. It’s great news for our staff, Iwan Parry in particular, and the teams who work so hard at sites across Wales and also for our clients as the awards give third party endorsement of the services they are receiving.”
The list of winning woodlands are:
Cresselly Woodland – owned by Burns Pet Nutrition Ltd
Gold Medal – Best community or public access woodland
Silver Medal – Best managed woodland 11-50ha
Bronze Medal – Best Broadleaf Stand over 40 years old.
Cresselly also won a Special Prize, which was The Meirion Davies Memorial Perpetual Challenge Cup awarded to the ‘Best Community Woodland or Public Access Woodland in Stand Class I’.
Taliaris Woodland – owned by Cambrian Woodlands Ltd
Gold Medal – Best conifer Stand over 30 years old.
Bronze Medal – Best managed woodland 51-200ha
South Dairy Wood – owned by Stellar Asset Management
Gold Medal – Best conifer stand 11-30 years old.
Silver Medal – Best broadleaf stand 11-40 years old.
South Dairy Wood also won a Special Prize, The Charles Shakerley Memorial Perpetual Challenge Cup awarded to the ‘Best Conifer Entry in Stand Classes D, E & F’.
Amroth Woodland – owned by Burns Pet Nutrition Ltd
Bronze Medal – Best conifer stand over 30 years old.
Amroth won a Special Prize, The Wilson Memorial Shield awarded to the ‘Forester or Manager of a privately owned woodland gaining the highest cumulative number of points for the Stand Classes entered’.