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Fantastic New Website Launched to Help Visitors Plan Holidays in The National Forest

Wednesday, 26th May 2010

There are new facilities to search for places for a spot of fishing as well as sites suitable for cycling - along with routes and maps; ideas for group organisers together with suggested itineraries; where to eat and drink as well as where to buy local produce from farm shops and delis; deals for short breaks and details on special interest holidays; tips to reduce visitors’ impact on the environment and, of course, loads of information on attractions and activities throughout the Forest and its surrounding area.

The site contains all the latest events happening in the area and event organisers can even add their own events to the website through a simple form. 

Keen walkers will love being able to search and download maps for short, medium, long and ‘access for all’ walks, using an easy to use overview map that pinpoints the starting point for each route.

And tourism businesses across The National Forest can visit the ‘industry’ pages to find out the latest visitor statistics and research, as well as details of other business support organisations.

But for those who prefer the ‘hard-copy’, the 2010 visitor guides to the Forest and Beyond are still available and bursting with attractions, activities, events and places to stay in and around The National Forest. These are available from Tourist Information Centres or from the National Forest Company on 01283 551211, email: 

For a whole host of brilliant new features, click here.