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Partners

Partnership working in practice

The National Forest Company works through working partnerships with landowners, businesses, public, private and voluntary organisations and local communities.

This section contains links to the many partners with whom we work to fulfil the shared vision for the Forest.

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29 Jan 2016

Give the One You Love a Tree this Valentine's Day

Looking for something different to give your loved one this Valentine's Day? Show your love through the beauty, strength and longevity of a tree: give a Plant a Tree in The National Forest.

18 Jan 2016

Primo IT signs up to support The National Forest

The National Forest Company is delighted to welcome local company Primo IT as its newest supporter.

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12 Feb 2016

Brewhouse Arts Centre

Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire

The Brewhouse Arts Centre has a theatre with a seating capacity of 233 with a range of productions being staged from amateur dramatics to professional productions. There is a range of activities on offer within the centre ranging from Dance to Drama to Visual Arts Workshops. There are also three exhibition spaces offering a variety of work on display.

13 Feb 2016

Field Sport UK

Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire

Field Sport UK are an outdoor activity centre offering a range of activities - zombie blatt fest, clay shooting, archery, air rifle/pistol shooting and bushcraft, based on a beautiful estate in Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire.  Keep checking the website for new activities and special offers.

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02 Dec 2015

Dedicate a woodland grove

This is a new venture for us: offering the chance for supporters to dedicate a woodland grove in memory of a loved one.

29 May 2015

Green business is good business

New CEO at the National Forest Company, John Everitt discusses how The National Forest pioneered the use of the environment at a landscape scale to lead social and economic regeneration. Now it is time to take the business community on a similar journey, to demonstrate that the Forest can also be an exemplary business development project, investing in out natural capital while improving the local economy.

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