that heats your home
Please note: we are only able to deliver logs within a 20-mile radius of PE22.
Sustainable wood fuel from our farm delivers a clean burn with maximum heat output. Suitable for all open fires and wood burning stoves, we dry our Firewood Logs using renewable energy we produce and store them ready to be delivered to your door.
Bringing our woods into active management has benefited a wide range of flora and fauna, as well as producing Firewood to heat your home – a clean, sustainable and low-carbon renewable fuel.
If you wish your logs to be stacked on delivery please also add this option from the menu below (only available if tipping location is within 5 metres of the stack).
Quality firewood logs (responsibly and sustainably forested)
All firewood sourced, cut and fully dried (ready to burn) using renewable energy on our farm
Dried firewood logs are suitable for log burners or fireplaces – cut to 20cm long and approximately 15cm in diameter
Low in moisture (<20%) – essential for safe and efficient combustion and helps to contribute to the DEFRA Clean Air Strategy
Our logs can be used in systems eligible to claim Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments as we are listed under the Biomass Suppliers List (BSL). It allows RHI participants to easily demonstrate to Ofgem that the fuel they are using in their biomass boilers meets the RHI sustainability criteria
Sustainably sourced from our woodland management programme
Dried and stored on-farm
Fully recyclable packaging (no plastics)
Logs will be delivered in loose loads.
All deliveries will be made within 7 days of ordering unless agreed otherwise.
Our delivery team will call within 48hrs of ordering to arrange a mutually convenient day (weekdays only).
In the event that the team feel the delivery cannot be made safely, a full refund will be issued.
If you have purchased our stacking service please ensure that the logs can be unloaded within easy reach of the stacking area.
In the UK, assurance schemes help to provide both consumers and businesses with a guarantee that food has been produced to particular standards. These schemes are largely voluntary arrangements, however many food businesses require a specific accreditation when agreeing terms with their suppliers.
Beeswax Dyson currently participates in the assurance schemes detailed below. If you would like to work with us and do not see the scheme you require then please get in touch. We are confident that Beeswax Dyson standards will meet the requirements of any scheme, and in most cases exceed them.
Traceable, Safe and Farmed with Care
Red Tractor is a world leading farm and food assurance scheme that provides traceable, safe food. It’s an easy signpost for consumers looking for British food and drink that they can trust.
It is the largest food standards scheme in the UK, covering all aspects of production: animal welfare, food safety, traceability and environmental protection.
Red Tractor Assurance – Fresh Produce Scheme
The scheme for fresh produce covers the production of our peas and potatoes to ensure that all operations adhere to the highest standards of staff welfare; food safety; environmental protection; and good farming practice.
Red Tractor Assurance – Beef and Lamb Scheme
The scheme for beef and lamb covers the rearing of our cattle and sheep to ensure that all operations adhere to the highest standards of staff welfare; food safety; environmental protection; and good animal husbandry.
Red Tractor Assurance – Crops and Sugar Beet Scheme
The scheme for crops and sugar beet covers the production of our cereals, oilseed rape and sugar beet to ensure that all operations adhere to the highest standards of staff welfare; food safety; environmental protection; and good farming practice.
Linking Environment and Farming
The principles of Integrated Farm Management (IFM) underpin the requirements of the LEAF Marque certification, as set out in the LEAFMarque Standard. IFM is a whole farm business approach that delivers more sustainable farming. Modern technology and traditional methods are fused, with the goal of delivering prosperous farming that enriches the environment and engages local communities.
A farm business managed to IFM principles will demonstrate site-specific and continuous improvement across the whole operation including: Organisation and planning; soil management and fertility; crop health and protection, pollution control and by-product management, animal husbandry, energy efficiency, water management, landscape and nature conservation and community engagement.
Trade Assurance Scheme for Combinable Crops
TASCC was developed because farmers and end users wanted to be sure that crops of grain, oilseeds and pulses were treated responsibly once they left the farm. That includes wheat processed by flour millers and malting barley for the brewers and distillers in the drinks industry. It provides independent verification that the trade is meeting food safety laws and industry good practice.
Compliance with the scheme’s code of practice for Haulage aims to combine food and feed safety legal requirements with recognised industry good practice and a specific customer requirement to provide confidence in the food and feed chain. The hygiene and safety of vehicles is of paramount importance.
Compliance with the scheme’s code of practice for storage aims to combine food and feed safety legal requirements with recognised industry good practice and a specific customer requirement to provide confidence in the food and feed chain.
The scheme requires that a rigorous HACCP plan be put in place to ensure all biological, chemical, and physical hazards are removed from the storage environment.
We plant, grow and rear food and fuel products on our family owned farm
With on-farm storage, handling, grading, testing, monitoring and data tracking
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