Thursday, 11th April 2013
The Bingham, a boutique hotel and restaurant located in Richmond, London, joined forces with the National Forest Company recently to plant trees in a new woodland in Derbyshire, on the northern boundary of The National Forest.
Wednesday, 27th March 2013
TV personality and woodsman Rob Penn (BBC 4 'Tales from the Wild Wood') is coming to The National Forest to speak at the very first Friends of The National Forest event on Saturday 13 April.
Friday, 22nd March 2013
The stunning 2020VISION street gallery exhibition has arrived in Swadlincote, after months of planning. It is a privilege to have worked with all our partners to bring it here. South Derbyshire District Council, the National Trust at Calke Abbey and our local sponsor H K Wentworth Limited have all worked enthusiastically with us to make this most of this brilliant opportunity.
Thursday, 21st March 2013
A new online market place for buyers and sellers of woodland related services and wood products has been set up by the National Forest Company (NFC).
Friday, 1st March 2013
Tickets are now on sale for an evening of spell-binding imagery, music and personal anecdote at Calke Abbey, to be held on Wednesday 24 April.
Wednesday, 20th February 2013
The National Forest Company (NFC) is concerned about the potential environmental, social and economic impacts of HS2 on The National Forest.
Friday, 15th February 2013
Students from Burton & South Derbyshire College have been invited to stage an exhibition of their work in the new gallery at Sharpe's Pottery Museum in March. It will coincide with the arrival in Swadlincote of the 2020VISION roadshow, which features some of the finest wildlife and nature photographers in the country.
Thursday, 14th February 2013
Headline act comedian and actor Alistair McGowan planted the first tree in Comedy Wood, a new woodland in The National Forest, outside Ashby de la Zouch in Leicestershire, this week.
Wednesday, 6th February 2013
A recent national survey shows there has been a significant increase in awareness of The National Forest. A random sample of over 2,000 people across the country was interviewed in November 2012, establishing current levels of awareness of The National Forest to measure against a comparable study conducted in 2006.
Thursday, 31st January 2013
This statement includes the Government's response to the Independent Panel on Forestry, set up after the consultation on the public forestry estate which ended in massive opposition for any 'sell off' of the public forest. Its publication seems to mark the calming, at least, of a pretty turbulent time in forestry policy for England.