Tuesday, 21st December 2010
Tourism businesses from across the area will get the latest news on the National Forest Cycle Centre and Long Distance Trail and find out about mobile marketing at the National Forest & Beyond 2011 Campaign launch at 10am on Tuesday 11 January 2011 at Twycross Zoo.
Thursday, 11th November 2010
The latest edition of the National Forest Food Guide is hot off the press!
Monday, 13th September 2010
A seminar on the subject of the use of Wood in Construction will take place in The National Forest on Wednesday 3 November, at the National Brewery Centre, Burton upon Trent.
Wednesday, 1st September 2010
A new site surrounded with trees and opening to a commanding view of the surrounding National Forest proved a perfect setting for the sixth National Forest Wood Fair on Bank Holiday Monday.
Wednesday, 18th August 2010
The National Forest has seen a massive surge of interest, following the broadcast of BBC Countryfile, filmed in the Forest earlier this month.
Tuesday, 3rd August 2010
The programme for this year's Talks Tent at the National Forest Wood Fair has just been announced. With a theme of looking after the landscape and the trees, it promises to add a new dimension to this popular event held at Beacon Hill Country Park on Bank Holiday Monday 30 August.
Wednesday, 7th July 2010
If you're looking for a great day out as the perfect end to the summer holidays, get along to the National Forest Wood Fair at Beacon Hill Country Park, Leicestershire, on August Bank Holiday Monday (30 August).
Wednesday, 16th June 2010
The region's premier 'green' event - the National Forest Wood Fair - has just got greener!
Tuesday, 27th April 2010
Foodies will love The National Forest this summer, with special events and great produce to try, framed by wonderful woodland in which to walk it all off!
Thursday, 25th March 2010
The National Forest Wood Fair, to be held at Beacon Hill Country Park in Leicestershire on Bank Holiday Monday August 30, is a great opportunity for woodworkers, craftspeople and all those who work with native wood or timber to display their wares and promote their skills.