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CPL announce new partnership with Woodland Trust

                                               

We’re delighted to announce that CPL Distribution has formed a new partnership with the Woodland Trust – the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity. 

As part of this partnership, CPL Distribution is donating 1p to the Woodland Trust for every bag sold from our firewood, heat log or Next Generation Biomass Fuels range – with a commitment to donating a minimum of £60,000 in the next three years.

So now, every time you buy wood products from Coals2U or Logs2U, you’re helping to protect the UK’s woodland and the wildlife within it.

Money donated to the Woodland Trust will help them improve the landscape of Britain by planting more trees and protecting our national heritage of precious ancient woodland.

Katherine Jaiteh, of the Woodland Trust’s corporate fundraising team, said: “Our vision is for a UK rich in native woods and trees, for people and wildlife. We are delighted CPL is supporting that vision through donating from the sale of its FSC products. Their contribution will help us restore precious, irreplaceable ancient woodland and create new habitats we can all enjoy.”

Partnership work is vital to the Woodland Trust, which has more than 500,000 supporters and has planted more than 36 million trees since 1972.

It has ownership of more than 1,000 sites covering 22,500 hectares across the UK and ensures public access to its woods.

Nearly 350 of its sites contain ancient woodland of which 70 per cent is semi-natural ancient woodland – land which has been under tree cover since at least 1600.

For more information about the Woodland Trust visit www.woodlandtrust.org.uk.

The blogs section on our websites and the Coals2U Facebook page will be periodically updated with further information about CPL’s ongoing partnership work with the Woodland Trust.

Order firewood, heat logs or Next Generation Fuels today and help preserve the UK’s woodland for years to come