our partners

Sylva Foundation is proud to work in close partnership* with individuals, businesses, funders and many other charities and NGOs that share our objectives. Together we're making change happen in our woodlands - for the benefit of people, the environment and the economy.

*Partnerships active within the last and current financial years.


Activate Learning – Rycotewood Furniture Centre

Alex Abbott

Alistair Yeomans

Andrew Bax (Drayton Hive)

Andrew Lea

Argyll Small Woods Coop

Aspen Trust


Axminster Tools

Bangor University

Berks, Bucks, and Oxon Wildlife Trust

Blenheim Palace

Community Forests Trust


Country Land and Business Association

Countryside and Community Research Institute

David and Karon Whenmouth

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)

Dulverton Trust

Earth Trust

Environment Agency


Forest Research

Forestry Commission

FWAG south-west

Garfield Weston Foundation

Gillian Petrokofsky

Grown In Britain

Harcourt Arboretum (Oxford University)

Harriet Child

Heritage Lottery Fund

Highways England

Horlock Educational Trust

Institute of Chartered Foresters

John Ellerman Foundation

Long Wittenham C&E Primary School

Long Wittenham Parish Council

Markfield Woodworking Machinery

Michelle Savill

Natural England

Natural Resources Wales


Oxford Botanic Garden (Oxford University)

Oxford Brookes University

Oxfordshire County Council

Oxfordshire Local Economic Partnership

Philip Koomen

Robert Penn

Rowse Family Trust

Royal Forestry Society

Royal Scottish Forestry Society

Sally Richards

Scottish Forestry

Sheila Phillips

Sir Martin and Lady Wood

Small Woodland Owners Group

Small Woods Association


South Oxfordshire District Council

Steve Ash

Sylva Foundation Forest Friends

Sylva Wood Centre tenants

The Old Bakehouse Ltd

The Oxford Trust

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Vastern Timber

Where The Fruit Is

Wild Oxfordshire

Wittenham Community Orchard Cropsharers

Woodland Heritage

Woodland Trust


Workshop heaven

Wulfheodenas Living History Society

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust