The Bullwood Project is a woodturning and woodworking charity open to all people aiming to provide relief to those, who by reason of age, ill health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage find themselves isolated and working alone.
Bullwood owns a Logosol and a Woodmizer sawmill. Various members have received training in the use and maintenance of chain saws and the sawmills.
Part of the recycling plan is to maintain and operate a woodworking machine shop to utilize the timber for a range of Bullwood branded goods.
The Project provides a meeting place and the freedom to be able to exchange and develop ideas and skills.
The charity itself is not allowed to trade. It does, however, own a trading company, Bullwood Limited which donates all surplus funds to the charity.