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.
Pick it up and take it home!
The National Forest Company Chief Executive speaks out against those leaving their dog mess in the Forest.
The National Forest Company (NFC) and local landowners are working together to tackle the problem of dog mess on pathways and woodlands in The National Forest.
- Read more: Full Press Release
'Just Passing By' and Wassailing
Sophie and Carol visited Snibston and Donisthorpe over the weekend and shared some great community life in the Forest.
Photographer Christopher Mear has taken his part of the Transform project at Snibston to a new stage, and a village in the Forest is developing an established wassailing tradition.
- Read more: Full Blog Post
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.
Tuesday, 10th February 2009
The National Forest has teamed up with Leicester Comedy Festival to invite performers, venues, sponsors and audiences to create Comedy Wood. Playing for more than just laughs, the Comedy Wood campaign is part of an initiative to ‘green up’ the Festival, and organisers hope to create a new wood within the 200 square miles of The National Forest.
Friday, 6th February 2009
Roses are red, dilly dilly. Violets are blue. Trees are for life, dilly dilly. Like my love for you.
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