From bespoke joinery to outdoor shelters
we’re passionate about wood!
At Woodscott we pride ourselves on the technical excellence of our work and our attention to detail. We only use high quality timber and all ancilliary fixtures are chosen for their suitability. It is our intention that everything we produce is built to last. We always carve our mark into every piece as we are proud of what we make and we find our clients are too.
From our 4500 square feet of workshop space in Axminster, Devon, we have the craftsmen and equipment to produce anything in wood! From windows and doors for a listed building, to garden furniture engineered to last for generations.
Over the last decade Woodscott have been developing a loyal customer base of individuals who appreciate the bespoke nature of our work. Each client and their commissions are treated as an individual challenge and opportunity to produce a piece which is pleasing to behold.
BESPOKE OUTDOOR STRUCTURES
Woodscott shelters come in a variety of sizes to suit all outdoor spaces – from alfresco family dining in your own garden, to large community spaces for glamping sites, mobile field shelters for livestock or an outdoor classrooms/workshop studios, at Woodscott we’ve got you covered!
A Woodscott shelter is guaranteed to provide a watertight and sturdy environment built to withstand the worst of the British weather. Our all season bespoke shelters mean you never have to miss an opportunity to embrace the great outdoors. We offer many options to adapt your shelter to suit your requirements, why not add a canvas, a full length skylight for star gazing, a pull out day bed for the all important time to relax and unwind or an outdoor kitchen area, the options are endless. If you can think it, we can make it.
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Meet the Team
Scott McCarthy – Director/Owner
Scott formed “Woodscott” in 2001 but has had a passion for joinery since leaving school. After travelling with his wife Claire for 5 years around the world, they settled in Devon, where Scott set up his first workshop near Lyme Regis. The business has grown from strength to strength and now has a workshop in Axminster, with a great team producing many amazing projects from working with the National Trust to bespoke Glamping shelters and snugs. Scott has a keen eye for design and engineering and will take on any challenge with wood.
Darren Ackroyd – Bench Joiner / Machinist
With over 25 years experience as a Joiner, Darren has been part of the WoodScott team for over 4 years, his precise work and depth of knowledge enhances the development and detail of any project. Using tradition methods with an old school approach, the finish on his work is flawless. Darren’s role in machine maintenance is essential for the running of a smooth workshop and brings an organised approach to our very busy work space.
Tom Oughton – Bench Joinery / CNC operator
Our newest member Tom joined our team over 2 years ago after training at the Lyme Regis boat building academy, he then gained more experience with a company in Falmouth, building high end fibreglass boats. Tom wanted to develop his skills further in all aspects of carpentry and joinery, so moved back to the area and joined us, he is now trained on our in house CNC machine, gaining a wealth of knowledge in this area and creating another service that we, as a company can provide. Tom is constantly developing his skills and guided by Scott and Darren has access to over 40 years of knowledge, but also brings a new fresh approach and vision.
Claire McCarthy – Business/Office Manager
Claire has worked with her husband Scott for many years, on various aspects of the business. They make a great team developing ideas and have worked on many projects together. keeping the core of a business organised and current is an ongoing process and with both of their skill sets, Claire and Scott continue to grow their bespoke business, with new doors opening all the time.
Handcrafted bespoke Joinery ,Alfresco snugs, Glamping shelters, horse shelter and so much more, all made in Devon by the Woodscott team.