Archive for March, 2016

National Forest Walking Festival 2013 Swarbourne © National Forest Company/Jacqui Rock

10 great walks in The National Forest

23rd March

As The National Forest bursts into new leaf, it’s the perfect time to get out and explore the Forest on foot and experience #forestlife. If…

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Spring moments in The National Forest

15th March

Bottle-feed tiny lambs, explore dazzling bluebell woods, enjoy festivals galore – there are lots of #forestlife moments to treasure and magical memories to create on…

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Bluebells at Outwoods © Kevin Tebbutt

10 reasons to love The National Forest

8th March

Our Forest is fantastic, and there’s much more to this surprising place.  Check out our ten great reasons to love The National Forest.   1…

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Walk this way

7th March

Walkers now have another compelling reason to visit the National Forest. Grab your boots and explore the National Forest Way, a 75-mile route that offers an…

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Conkers High Ropes Course © Conkers

Short breaks in The National Forest

2nd March

With so much to explore and do in The National Forest you’ll need more than just one day. So why not make a weekend of…

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Calke Abbey © Bryan T Hirst

Group Visits

The National Forest combines tranquil retreats with fascinating stately homes, glorious gardens, historic castles and exciting discovery centres. Centrally located in the Midlands and easily…

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Towns & villages

1st March

Our market towns and villages within The National Forest fuse the magical heritage of traditional England with the contemporary bustle of irresistible shopping, farmers’ markets and…

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The Dandelion Hideaway © The Dandelion Hideaway

All together now

Bike rides, bug hunts, campfires and canvas.  For Guardian travel writing competition winner Graham Hood and family, a glamorous camping break in the National Forest…

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