After searching for an age I managed to find a supplier just round the corner from me, they do however deliver which might be useful for thoes of us (<--me) that drive minis lol. They are on the CR4 / SW19 boarders.
I have visited the yard and Keith was most helpful and very reasonable. Plenty of seasoned wood, and wood well on its way to be seasoned.
We do not seem to have an area for wood suppliers and discussion so thought I would just add this here, I know most folk will find a local supplier but might be of use to a few folks, but at least its searchable for folks who look some time in the future.
Turkey, That seems to be a good shout for me, within driving distance 20ish miles, but like you not sure a polo could carry much weight what type of logs do they have? Is it a mix of everything? Id be tempted to grab a 100 or so IF I can identify and pick out 100 of the best type i want )ash, oak, apple/cherry)
If you check on the site you can see the "sheds" the logs are in, they are probably 10 meters deep, they are there they are toally mixed, the bagged stuff I think is only hardwood.
He did say if you are collecting you can have as many or as few as you want so are not limited to at least 100 and can pick which ever ones you want, he will be able to help identify them, I got the guided tour of the woods there and some info on each.
Keith is very helpful and I did ask him about the "selection" and he was under the impression the softwood is very much needed to start the fire on and really get the heat going prior to switching to "hardwood" and as much as everything hard/soft only being a classification and some softwoods will be better than some hardwoods. Most of his customers (including pizza shops) just take it as it comes, he recons you should "weigh" the logs in your hand and start light and move to heavier (more dense) woods as you go each time.
I tired to light a fire on just netted stuff (the pimps he sells) and did find whist it lit ok it was only just lit and really did not roar in the same way the softwood fires did, and as it never really got super hot as I added split thinn logs each time I did get more smoke than with soft wood.
I think when I go back i will try to get a 70/30 mix or something, still trying to master the art of smokeless firing or as close too as possible. Also need a nice block of wood to chop on.