Many thanks for that link
The problem that I find with the Weald and Downland is that they are more expensive than just about anybody else.
Also, I'm not sure of you can just go to the shop without going to the Museum itself.
I would add that I am working some 10 acres, in total, of Coppice that has been over-stood for nearly 60 to 70 years. Everything is being done by hand with a view to getting some product out whether it is for continuous weave fencing and hurdles or just for charcoal and / or firewood.
I would use a chainsaw but as you may know, you have to have a ticket to say that you have been on a course. The trouble is these courses cost at least £300 plus! A lot to pay when its only your hobby.
So, now that I've done the 3 inch stuff with a machete I want to move onto the bigger trees with the axe