Funding boost for country’s woodlands and timber industry
Thursday 1st December 2022 £20 million funding will improve tree planting stocks, woodland resilience, domestic timber production and accelerate tree planting across England. Projects that tackle some of the greatest threats to our trees and forests will get a boost from government funding, it has been announced today (Monday 28 November). This is alongside additional i...
Prowood closure on Monday 19th September.
Tuesday 13th September 2022 As a mark of respect following the passing of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, Prowood will be closed on Monday 19th September. Business will resume as normal from Tuesday 20th September. Thank you for your understanding.
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
Monday 12th September 2022 Prowood are saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II – her 70 years of loyal service have been an inspiration to us all. Our thoughts and condolences are with the Royal Family during this difficult time.
Prowood Ltd joins NWTTA
Thursday 9th June 2022 Re-post: https://nw-tta.com/2022/06/04/prowood-ltd-joins-nwtta/ Prowood LTD, established in 1998 as Oregon-Canadian Europe Limited, is an importer, manufacturer, and distributor of high- quality softwoods, hardwoods, and clear softwoods. Prowood was acquired by the Haldane-Fisher Group in 2021 to complement their well-established timber business...
Welcome Phil Lomas!
Wednesday 2nd March 2022 Phil Lomas has joined Prowood Ltd as Managing Director bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience from within the timber trade. Phil is married with 2 children, starting life as a professional footballer but retiring early with an injury. Phil has worked across the timber industry with Saint Gobain, Burbidge, Brooks and James Latham, having previously run ma...
Happy New Year!
Wednesday 5th January 2021 We hope that everyone enjoyed the festive season and we wish you all the best for 2022. Our offices are now open and we’re ready to assist with your enquiries! Please contact our sales team: 01942 525040
B.C. floods cause at least $450 million in damage, Insurance Bureau of Canada reports
Friday 10th December 2021 At the peak of the emergency, more almost 15,000 people were forced from their homes. The Insurance Bureau of Canada estimates the insured damage caused by flooding in British Columbia last month at $450 million, calling it the “most costly severe weather event in the province’s history.” However, the overall costs are expected to...