Who We Are
Mere Plantations grow mainly Teak (Tectona Grandis) due to the resilience of the tree, and the high value of the associated timber.
For the sake of good husbandry and essential biodiversity, Mere intersperse stands with native hardwoods.
Mere grow timber for its own business, as well as contract grow for companies and institutions.
It is said we are the first generation to understand the damage we are causing to the planet. It is said we are the last generation that can do anything about it.
We either take responsibility for our actions, or we leave it to others.
Trees are the lungs of our planet, acting as filters of the atmosphere by taking in harmful pollutants such as carbon monoxide, locking them away in the body of the tree, and releasing oxygen.
UKGCC celebrates resilience and tenacity of member businesses at end of year gala dinner and awards 2023
The UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC), a member-based trade association that promotes trade between Ghana and the United Kingdom, has celebrated its member companies in grand style at its 2nd End of Year Gala Dinner and Awards to celebrate the resilience and...
Following the hugely successful inaugural event in 2022 we are delighted to see the return of the Rose Road Association mass swim event at this year’s Southampton International Boat Show (Sunday 17 September). The event offers a rare opportunity to swim around one...
Myerscough staff have been in Ghana to train locals in land-based skills including chainsaw operation and tractor driving. James Willoughby and Steve Slater from Myerscough’s main Preston campus, along with Steve Williams, arboriculture tutor from our Cumbria...