Logs supplied for burning

The red tipping skip on my forklift holds 1.3 metres cubed. We have a mark that is 1 metre cubed and that costs £80. If we fill the tipping skip the load will cost £100. All the wood that is sold is used by the family in the farm house first so that it can be tested. Please note the prices stated include 5% VAT...

Don't forget your kindling!
Bags are £5 each

A recent delivery to Hythe in Kent

A poem to get you in the mood for a lovely fire:

Beechwood fires are bright and clear if the logs are kept a year.
Chestnut's only good, they say, if for long it's laid away.
Make a fire of elder tree, death within your house shall be.
But ash new or ash old is fit for a queen with a crown of gold.

Birch and fir logs burn too fast; blaze up bright and do not last.
It is by the Irish said, hawthorn bakes the sweetest bread.
Elm wood burns like a church yard mould; e'en the very flames are cold.
But ash green or ash brown is fit for a queen with a golden crown.

Poplar gives a bitter smoke, fills your eyes and makes you choke.
Apple wood will scent your room with an incense-like perfume.
Oaken logs, if dry and old, keep away the winter cold.
But ash wet or ash dry a king shall warm his slippers by.