Visitor Numbers to The National Forest Grow to 7.8m
Official tourism figures commissioned by the National Forest Company reveal that more people are coming to visit The National Forest - and that they are spending significantly more while they are here.
Woodland creation grants now available in The National Forest
As The National Forest approaches its first quarter century in 2016, there are still opportunities for landowners to take advantage of grant schemes available through the National Forest Company (NFC) to help create a legacy for themselves, their families and the nation.
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Spring and other seasonal delights
Spring... my favourite season. Always has been and always will be, with the promise of new life, lighter, longer days and a hint of warmth. Then there's the colour - the gentle pinks of blossom, reddy-brown of new rose growth, and the spread of colour from emerging bulbs before the onslaught of green. And the song... oh the song!
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Why trees are important for communities
The University of Derby's Buxton campus will host a public lecture on why putting trees at the heart of England has helped communities prosper.
Speaker: Dr Sophie Churchill OBE
Thursday 28 May
Tuesday, 28th August 2012
Foraging has been dampened in every way by the weather this summer according to bushcraft experts in The National Forest.
Thursday, 16th August 2012
Moira Fox and Ernest Badger, the Forest Dwellers from CONKERS, will be leading the pack on Sunday September 16th at the National Forest Family Fun Run. This is open to children (and animal mascots) aged from 4 to 14 years old and will take place at 9:30am before the main race - The National Forest 10K - sets off from CONKERS.
Blog: Woodland Edge
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