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Discover Britain Features The National Forest

Discover Britain features The National Forest

Travel writer Paul Bloomfield visited The National Forest and wrote about it for Discover Britain magazine. His fascinating feature uses images from the inspirational 2020VISION project.

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National Forest sponsor Reabrook completes woodland planting and looks to management

National Forest sponsor Reabrook welcomed over one hundred customers, colleagues, friends and families to the young woodland site it is developing with the National Forest Company, in Moira, Leicestershire – and invited them to help out with tree planting!

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The sound of chainsaws

Out and about in The National Forest at the weekend? If you're headed for your local woodland, don't panic if you hear the sound of chainsaws!.

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Latest news from Central Rivers Initiative

The National Forest Company is part of the Central Rivers Initiative, a partnership working to shape the restoration of the river valley between Burton, Lichfield and Tamworth, creating beautiful places where people can explore and enjoy water, landscape and wildlife.



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Friday, 28th February 2014

Barefoot Walking Launches National Forest-Inspired Creative Project

Pupils from four Coalville Schools will be walking barefoot in The National Forest next week to gain inspiration for a music making project.

Monday, 27th January 2014

Holland & Barrett Announce Partnership with The National Forest

The UK's largest health-food retailer Holland & Barrett today launched a project to create four hectares of new woodland in The National Forest.

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Blog: Woodland Edge

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A pooping blog

"I'd like to be an Astronaut." When I gave this response to the careers advisor at school, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin had a lot to answer for.

Tuesday, 6th August 2013

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Alice Oswald’s ‘Memorial’, war and the modernity of the rural

It's often implied, in our multi-riven country, that to live in a town or a city is 'modern' and to live elsewhere, isn't. Quite what's meant by this isn't always clear to me, but away from the urban, life is apparently traditional, a refuge from the hustle and bustle; it's not where innovation is expected to happen, that's for sure.

Friday, 22nd March 2013


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