Welcome to Norbury Park Wood Products
Norbury Park Wood Products is an active sawmill and fully functional wood workshop located in the heart of the Surrey countryside. We have been established for over forty years and specialise in producing a range of high quality outdoor and countryside furniture, made from the finest English timbers, using traditional skills and techniques.
We only source our timber from sustainably managed reserves and, wherever possible, source locally in order to minimise our “log miles”. The timber used is predominantly English oak. We also stock Larch, Western Red Cedar and Douglas Fir.
Our products and services range from sawn timber and milling services to an extensive range of quality countryside furniture produced in our own workshop by our highly skilled craftsmen. All of our products can be customised to your requirements.
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RECORD NUMBERS ATTEND NPWP 2014 OPEN DAY ON THE HOTTEST DAY OF THE YEAR SO FAR.
A very big thank you to all exhibitors, volunteers and staff who helped to make the day a great success.
An even bigger thank you if you were one of the 650 plus visitors.
If you missed the open day, or enjoyed it so much you want to visit again, please check back here for details of our next event.
Sawmill Open Day 2014 A D M I S S I O N F R E E
Come and join us at our annual spring open day. Sunday 18 May 2014 10am - 4pm
At the 2013 Open Day we had over 400 visitors, the weather was great, the BBQ was sizzling, the ice creams were cold, and the cookies and cakes were delicious!!!
To see what we do at the sawmill you can join one of our popular guided tours - Richard, our "seasoned" Sawyer, will explain how we source and process our wood. He'll demonstrate the big saw making short change of a large tree trunk and our new Wood-Mizer zipping through smaller pieces of timber. The tour ends in our workshop, where our craftsmen make a range of high quality courntryside furniture and products, using traditional materials and methods.
Planned for the 2014 Open Day: