Firewood Logs Walton-on-the-naze
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Walton-on-the-naze Firewood Deliveries
Need hardwood logs for your open fire or multi fuel stove?
We are a small family run business. All our Hardwood logs comes from sustainable, managed woodland and forests as well as managed tree thinning.
At Oak Hill Logs, we offer only the best quality hardwood firewood. All the hardwood logs are seasoned for 2 years and we have a large stockpile of logs which are stored undercover.
The log lengths are from 8″ to 12″ long, with the majority being 10″.
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Benefits of using our hardwood logs and services in Walton-on-the-naze
Oak Hill logs are available all year round as we stock our own firewood at all times so our customers are never disappointed. If you’re looking for logs, kindling or coal for your fire pits, fireplace, multi fueled stoves or just want to stock up for the winter, we can supply the firewood you need. See below for the different species of wood we supply:
- Oak Logs
- Elm Logs
- Ash Logs
- Hornbeam Logs
- Beech Logs
- Sycamore Logs
We at Oak Hill logs believe in going that extra mile in service for our customers and we value our customers, that we deliver and also stack the logs for you at no extra cost. If you want to know more about Oak Hill Logs, call us any time for a friendly chat about your hardwood firewood requirements on
07985 709 621 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hardwood firewood – Walton-on-the-naze.
Walton-on-the-Naze is a small town in Essex, England, on the North Sea coast in the Tendring District. It is north of Clacton and south of the port of Harwich. It abuts Frinton-on-Sea to the south and is part of the parish of Frinton and Walton. It is a resort town, with a population of 12,054. The town is in the civil parish of Frinton and Walton. It attracts many visitors, The Naze being the main attraction. There is also a pier. The parish was earlier known as Eadolfenaesse and then as Walton-le-Soken. The name ‘Walton’ is a common one meaning a ‘farmstead or village of the Britons’, while ‘Soken’ denotes the soke that included Thorpe, Kirby and Walton, which were not under the see of London but under the chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral.
The original pier was built in 1830, one of the earliest in the country. It was built for landing goods and passengers from steamers and was originally 300 ft long, later extended to 800 feet. The pier was badly damaged in a storm in January 1871. A second pier opened in 1880, which also did not last. In 1895, the Walton-on-the-Naze hotel and pier company opened a replacement pier 500 ft longer than the original.