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Our History

Our History

Established December 2015

Veterans Woodcraft was established as a not-for-profit business in December 2015 by veterans, who themselves have battled with mental health issues including PTSD.  As volunteers and with tools donated by the public, they delivered woodcraft courses and workshops to support other veterans with mental and physical health issues.

In June 2017 the business became a not-for-profit Community Interest Company. Having developed to help veterans with mental and physical health conditions, mainly caused by military service, woodcraft workshops are now also delivered to blue light services, civilian groups and individuals suffering with mental and physical health issues. By working with wood, they develop new skills and confidence in order to get back into the workplace and once again become part of their community.

Courses & Workshops

Courses & Workshops

Courses Delivered Across The North of England

Over 300 people from both ex-service and civilian organisations have attended courses and wood workshops with Veterans Woodcraft during the past two years including Help for Heroes Phoenix House Recovery Centre, Catterick Garrison, Forward Assist, Northumberland and Durham, Blind Veterans UK, The Beacon, Catterick Garrison, Richmond Adult Special Needs Group, Claro Enterprises, Harrogate, Handbags & Hammers, Malton, Just the Job, Richmond, Next Steps, Pickering, Dig In, Preston and numerous Scouts, Guides and Brownie Groups.

Courses and workshops are not only delivered in Veterans Woodcraft’s Richmond, North Yorkshire workshop but are regularly delivered out in the wider community to groups and individuals across the North of England.

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