Covering over 100ha of an original ancient woodland site, Martinshaw Wood is rich in ecological and archaeological interest.
This is the first National Forest woodland in the old mining and farming hamlet of Short Heath. Previously farmland with no public access, this woodland is now open for everyone to enjoy.
A 5ha scheme adjacent to two previous Tender Scheme winners near Coton in the Elms.
A 3.7ha Tender Scheme on the edge of Thringstone and adjacent to existing Grace Dieu Wood.
Barton under Needwood
A 46ha site planted on the edge of Barton-under-Needwood in 2002.
An 11.2ha woodland owned by the National Forest Company and situated on the edge of Heather village.
A 58ha Tender Scheme winner consisting of two blocks approximately a mile apart on the edge of Thornton.
A 44.5ha scheme on the edge of Hartshorne with a very strong nature conservation focus.
A 5ha nature conservation-focused scheme adjacent to the River Swarbourn in Yoxall.
This woodland is situated in the heart ofThe National Forest and is named after an old mill that once stood on the site.