The sub-Title of your piece if you need one

The sub- heading above is the H2 and I’ve set the colour and size for the H2 default to look like this. So if you don’t use the design tab to change it, your H2 headings will be like this – which is fine. Consistency is good.

If you’re careful you can use this template as a starting point for all your blog posts, cloning and editing bits as you wish. You could use a section like this to  introduce your topic.

Use or delete headings below or move them around as you see fit.

The Types of Landscape we Manage

(You can delete this whole row if you don’t want another big heading. I’ve just included this row as an option for a title/leaf icon way of breaking up a page. Use it anywhere on the page but make sure to delete this text box with this small type in first!)

Better working woodlands

This row is the main text under subheading row for you to use. I’ve added a button module within which you can put a link to another post or to any of the main pages should you need to.

Decide if you want any internal links on the page and if you don’t just delete it if you don’t need it. It’s very good to have internal linking from page to page in terms of SEO though, so even if you only use a button once near the end, it would be good. Remember you can move the button module out of this row into any row, so if you’re not sure if you want it or not, just move it to the bottom while you build the rest of your post.


This is another style of text block on a grey section background. I’ve used this elsewhere on the main pages of the site and it would be nice to do this again in the posts so that there is consistency. It’s also another way of breaking up a long post. To use this type of styling you need to clone the whole SECTION.

Again, remove the button module if you don’t want it.


With our own sawmill and woodyard, we offer high-quality, locally-produced timber and a growing range of wood products predominately in oak from our own woodlands. And you can buy many of them direct from this website.

As well as cutting and finishing timber to your specifications, we produce a wide range of standard products for landowners – like gates, stiles, picnic tables, way-markers and more.


An important part of our work is to make it easier for local landowners to get a decent income from their produce and products.

So, for example, our sawmill and woodyard make it more viable to add value to, produce and sell more wood and wood products – without having to transport lumber over large distances.

Similarly, we’re finding ways for orchard owners to work together to market their fruit and fruit-based products.

Again, what we’re doing at the Wyre Community Land Trust is not about turning back the clock. It’s about building a sustainable future – by nurturing the environment, offering great value local products, and making it more viable for more people to earn a living from the land.

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For more information about what we do or to enquire about our products events and courses, call us on

01299 488083

or email us:

St Georges Farm
Tanners Hill
DY12 2LS

WCLT is grateful for LEADER funding that has supported forestry machinery and new timber storage buildings.