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Tuesday, 12th June 2018

Forest Holidays proudly supports the inaugural National Forest Timber Festival

Long-term supporter of the National Forest, Forest Holidays will be supporting the first Timber Festival as a principle partner.

Friday, 20th April 2018

Lodge Hill bluebells in the National Forest given an even greater wow factor this year

As Lodge Hill Bluebells opens to the public on Friday, it will have an even greater wow factor thanks to a woodland management grant from the National Forest Company (NFC).

Wednesday, 21st March 2018

The world premiere of Seek, Find, Speak, the outdoor theatre companion to The Lost Words to premiere at Timber Festival in the National Forest this summer 6 - 9 July

This summer, festival-goers will be able to experience the world premiere of the outdoor theatre companion to the enchanting, bestselling book The Lost Words, taking place at the major new festival Timber, which celebrates the transformative impact of forests upon people and places.

Wednesday, 21st March 2018

New National Forest Festival 'Timber' reveals Experiences, Premieres, and Line-Up with 4 months to go

Major new festival exploring the transformative impact of forests has revealed the programme of artists, performers and areas festival-goers will adventure through for its inaugural edition this July. Highlights include the world premiere of Seek, Find, Speak, the outdoor theatre companion to The Lost Words, music headliners Jane Weaver and This Is The Kit, a keynote address from Stuart Maconie, the English festival premiere of Jony Easterby’s new interactive performance Tree and Wood, and the greenfield festival premiere of Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon.

Tuesday, 13th March 2018

New National Forest Festival 'Timber' first wave programme

Major new festival exploring the transformative impact of forests has started to reveal its programme of artists, performers and areas festival-goers will adventure through for its inaugural edition this July. Highlights include music headliners Jane Weaver and This Is The Kit, a keynote address from Stuart Maconie, the English festival premiere of Jony Easterby’s new interactive performance Tree and Wood, and the greenfield festival premiere of Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon.

Monday, 12th February 2018

New e-bike holiday company signs up to support the National Forest

A new e-bike holiday company, recently opened in the National Forest, is the latest business to sign up to the National Forest Company’s ‘forestlife’ campaign.

Tuesday, 23rd January 2018

New National Forest Festival 'Timber' announces first wave of programme

Major new festival exploring the transformative impact of forests has started to reveal its programme of artists, performers and areas festival goers will adventure through for its inaugural edition this July. Highlights include a keynote address from Stuart Maconie, the English festival premiere of Jony Easterby’s new interactive performance Tree and Wood, and the greenfield festival premiere of Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon.

Friday, 22nd December 2017

New Year's Resolutions to help you have your best year ever in the National Forest

Why not make 2018 your year for positive resolutions, and make the most of the National Forest to help you get fitter, more creative and get more out of life.

Tuesday, 12th December 2017

Visitor numbers top 8 million for the first time

New research reveals that nearly 8.2 million visitors came to the National Forest in 2016, and that tourism spend has now reached £395.2m, sustaining 4,849 FTE jobs.

Friday, 3rd November 2017

Charnwood Forest awarded National Lottery support

Charnwood Forest has been successful in a £2.75m grant bid for initial support by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) through its Landscape Partnership (LP) programme, it was announced today.

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