Coton in the Elms Derbyshire
This 14.37ha woodland was created through the National Forest Company's Tender Scheme in 2006/07 and lies to the east of Coton in the Elms.It was designed to add variety to the landscape and provide a link to other woodlands in the area.The south west corner of this woodland has been identified as the most land locked part of the UK mainland and an oak tree marks the spot!
Normanton le Heath, Heather Leicestershire
This extensive site is the centerpiece of a national celebration by the Woodland Trust to mark the 2012 Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.Over 300,000 native trees have been planted across the site, which features a lake, bird hide and trails.
Bradgate Park, Bradgate Road Newtown Linford, Woodhouse Eaves Leicestershire LE6 0HB
Over 300 hectares of wild and unspoilt Leicestershire countryside for you to explore and enjoy. Bradgate was created from Charnwood Forest about 750 years ago as a hunting park.
Between two pretty villages, enjoy a walk across rolling farmland, through extensive woodlands and past open water.