What we do

Within Surrey, Sussex and Kent, the aims of the Forum
are to provide:

help with communication between woodland user or owner and archaeologist or historian

local meetings for face-to-face discussion

a forum for discussion, debate and information through this website.

If you have questions this website doesn’t answer, email us at info@sewaf.org.uk and one of us will contact you.

Latest News


We will be manning a stand at the Weald Woodfair 2012 again this year, along with members of...

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Woodland owners in the High Weald AONB can take advantage of a FREE woodland visit from Matt Pitts,...

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Damian Goodburn, one of Britain’s leading specialists in ancient woodworking, showed SEWAF members ancient worked timbers and woodworking...

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bredhurst survey

SEWAF and Bredhurst Woodland Action Group (BWAG) surveyed part of Bredhurst Woods on a damp January day. Three...

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