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Forestry Commission England’s top 10 trails to forest bath in this autumn - 20/09/2018

Forestry Commission England’s top 10 trails to forest bath in this autumn

This autumn let the rainbow of colours, the scent of the trees and the sounds of the forest ease your stress and worry by trying forest bathing.

Long hot summer means that autumn has come early and could be shorter - 14/09/2018

Long hot summer means that autumn has come early and could be shorter

Experts at Forestry Commission England have reported leaves turning a rainbow of colour despite it being early September.

Celebrating 100 years of forestry at the UK’s biggest forestry show - 06/09/2018

Celebrating 100 years of forestry at the UK’s biggest forestry show

Forestry Commission England and Forest Research have joined forces to celebrate 100 years of forestry at the 2018 APF show.

Forestry Commission England celebrate Roald Dahl Day with the most marvellous forest adventure kit - 06/09/2018

Forestry Commission England celebrate Roald Dahl Day with the most marvellous forest adventure kit

To encourage children to explore their local woodlands after school, Forestry Commission England has joined in partnership with Roald Dahl Story Company to create the most marvellous “forest adventure kit”.

Forestry Commission and Forest Holidays team up to secure a future for British butterflies. - 17/08/2018

Forestry Commission and Forest Holidays team up to secure a future for British butterflies.

What a difference a year makes! With a dramatic change in weather since last summer, this year has been a bumper one for many species of British butterfly.

Pine marten returning to Kielder Water & Forest Park - 15/08/2018

Pine marten returning to Kielder Water & Forest Park

Camera footage has confirmed pine marten in Kielder Water & Forest Park for the first time since planting in 1926.

Forestry Commission England and Bury Council sign Memorandum of Understanding to protect and improve green spaces - 08/08/2018

Forestry Commission England and Bury Council sign Memorandum of Understanding to protect and improve green spaces

Councillor Alan Quinn, Cabinet Member for Environment, from Bury Council and Simon Hodgson, Chief Executive from Forestry Commission England met on Friday 3 August to sign a Memorandum of Understanding to help drive forward their work to help bring more greenspaces in the Bury area in to active management.

Unless there is more rain soon autumn will be brown and crispy and not colourful, say experts - 01/08/2018

Unless there is more rain soon autumn will be brown and crispy and not colourful, say experts

For a dazzling autumn display, a warm and slightly moist summer is needed so that the trees can build up sugars, which create the colours in their leaves say experts from Forestry Commission England.

Westonbirt Arboretum releases second book in ‘Spotter’s Guide’ Series - 05/07/2018

Westonbirt Arboretum releases second book in ‘Spotter’s Guide’ Series

Following the success of the hugely popular Tree Spotter’s Guide last year, Westonbirt Arboretum today announced the publication of the second book in the Spotter’s Guide series

World champion mountain biker Evie Richards reveals why she loves cycling in the nation’s forests - 02/07/2018

World champion mountain biker Evie Richards reveals why she loves cycling in the nation’s forests

Coming from an outdoorsy family, Evie was naturally sporty from a young age and always dreamt of competing in the Olympics.

The Beast has blown our trees brown - 26/06/2018

The Beast has blown our trees brown

Many residents have noticed patches of brown amongst the vibrant greens in Cumbria. The trees have not turned brown due to a disease but because of the severe weather earlier in the year.

Buns, biscuits and fencing: Come to the Highway Rat Forest Feast Days - 18/06/2018

Buns, biscuits and fencing: Come to the Highway Rat Forest Feast Days

Families across England are invited into a forest near their home to celebrate the Highway Rat tour with a feast fit for the ratty rascal

Local School Children visit Bedgebury to help save Endangered Trees - 13/04/2018

Local School Children visit Bedgebury to help save Endangered Trees

Children from four local primary schools (Goudhurst, Lamberhurst, Sandhurst and Downe) will visit the Forestry Commission’s Bedgebury National Pinetum, near Goudhurst, Kent on 18 and 19April 2018.

"It's better in the forest" – sport study reveals remarkable success - 06/04/2018

A three-year pilot programme by Forestry Commission England and Sport England saw an increase of 246% in sporting visits to five sites in the nation’s forests.

Easter holidays’ Spring Secrets at Westonbirt Arboretum - 06/04/2018

Easter holidays’ Spring Secrets at Westonbirt Arboretum

Spring may be slow in coming this year but at the Forestry Commission’s Westonbirt Arboretum we’re going to be exploring its secrets throughout the Easter holidays with special family events, trails and activities - something to do every day!

Forestry Commission present prospect, refuge, hazard by Helen Sear - 15/03/2018

Forestry Commission present prospect, refuge, hazard by Helen Sear

Forestry Commission England is delighted to invite you to view the newly commissioned work by artist Helen Sear, the first female artist to represent Wales in Venice in a solo capacity in 2015, at Dalby forest from 5 May – 10 June 2018.

A weekend of FREE treats for Mothers at Westonbirt Arboretum - 06/03/2018

A weekend of FREE treats for Mothers at Westonbirt Arboretum

If you’re looking for somewhere special to take your Mum for Mothering Sunday weekend, then look no further - the Forestry Commission are celebrating and thanking all Mums this Mothering Sunday with FREE entry to Westonbirt, The National Arboretum.

Are you ready for a Snark hunt? - 19/02/2018

Are you ready for a Snark hunt?

Help Forestry Commission England to find the Snark this spring in a new and exciting forest adventure experience.

Exhibition for proposed new recreation facilities at Mortimer Forest - 13/02/2018

Exhibition for proposed new recreation facilities at Mortimer Forest

Proposals to bring exciting, new opportunities for day visitors and those who wish to stay overnight in a part of Mortimer Forest are being introduced by the Forestry Commission at a series of public exhibitions.

UB40 featuring Ali, Astro and Mickey announce Sherwood Pines gig - 12/02/2018

UB40 featuring Ali, Astro and Mickey announce Sherwood Pines gig

UB40 featuring Ali, Astro and Mickey announce a Midlands forest date this summer. The band is the third and final headline act appearing at Sherwood Pines Forest Park as part Forest Live, the annual concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

George Ezra announces additional Forest Live date - 24/01/2018

George Ezra announces additional Forest Live date

Due to phenomenal demand for tickets, George Ezra has added an extra date as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission, playing Dalby Forest in June.

Unleash Your Creativitree at Westonbirt Arboretum - 22/01/2018

Unleash Your Creativitree at Westonbirt Arboretum

For generations, the trees of Westonbirt Arboretum have been a source of inspiration for artists, poets, architects, photographers, performers and many creative visionaries.

Green lanes get the green light as Slaley Forest partnership promotes responsible use of public byways - 19/01/2018

Green lanes get the green light as Slaley Forest partnership promotes responsible use of public byways

New signage is now in place at the Forestry Commission’s Slaley forest, Northumberland, which provides clear information on the rights of way through the forest trails.

The past is never where you think you left it - 19/01/2018

The past is never where you think you left it

January saw an exciting beginning at Grizedale Forest with a very special first guest in the new holiday cottage at Low Bowkerstead Cottage.

New management for Biblins Youth Campsite - 15/01/2018

New management for Biblins Youth Campsite

The Forestry Commission are pleased to announce new management arrangements for the Biblins youth campsite. After many years of in-house management, the site at The Doward, Whitchurch, Ross-on-Wye will now be managed under a long-term lease with the UK charity, Woodcraft Folk.

A Year Full of Awards for Westonbirt, the National Arboretum - 11/01/2018

A Year Full of Awards for Westonbirt, the National Arboretum

Westonbirt Arboretum staff are celebrating following an unprecedented 18 months of awards for the Westonbirt Project and for the Forestry Commission, for two distinctive architectural gems, the STIHL Treetop Walkway and the Wolfson Tree Management Centre (a Mess Building for the tree team and a spacious Machinery Store).

George Ezra announces Forest Live dates - 08/01/2018

George Ezra announces Forest Live dates

George Ezra has announced dates as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

Kasabian announce forest gig - 11/12/2017

Kasabian announce forest gig

Kasabian have announced a special gig as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

Rare trees protected for National Tree Week - 04/12/2017

Rare trees protected for National Tree Week

Some of the rarest trees in Europe have been helped as part of a partnership project for National Tree Week (NTW) – the UK’s biggest annual celebration of trees.

From the big screen to the beaten track - will you spot The Highway Rat in your local forest? - 04/12/2017

From the big screen to the beaten track - will you spot The Highway Rat in your local forest?

Families are invited by the Forestry Commission to escape the rat race by visiting their local forests and woodlands to enjoy exciting new character activity trails launching across England.

Move over Dick Turpin, the Highway Rat has arrived in England’s woodlands - 01/12/2017

Move over Dick Turpin, the Highway Rat has arrived in England’s woodlands

The Forestry Commission has today (1 December 2017) launched a series of new activity trails featuring characters from much-loved children’s author and illustrator-duo Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

The Script announce Forest Live dates - 27/11/2017

The Script announce Forest Live dates

Dublin’s finest, The Script, announce dates for 2018 as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

Why an outside Christmas tree is the must-have festive feature for 2017 - 23/11/2017

Why an outside Christmas tree is the must-have festive feature for 2017

This year, Forestry Commission England are encouraging people to extend their Christmas decorations to the outside of the house, to help boost the Christmas spirit up and down the country.

Tickets for Enchanted Christmas at Westonbirt Arboretum selling fast with just two weeks until launch - 21/11/2017

Tickets for Enchanted Christmas at Westonbirt Arboretum selling fast with just two weeks until launch

Tickets for this year’s Enchanted Christmas attraction at Westonbirt National Arboretum are selling fast to the extent that organisers are encouraging families to book soon to avoid disappointment.

Forestry Commission England’s guide to choosing the perfect Christmas tree - 13/11/2017

Forestry Commission England’s guide to choosing the perfect Christmas tree

What better way to celebrate the festive season than with the most glorious Christmas tree. But other than size, what are the things to consider when buying your Christmas centrepiece?

Countdown begins for Countryside Stewardship woodland creation - 02/11/2017

Countdown begins for Countryside Stewardship woodland creation

The two-month countdown has begun for the Countryside Stewardship Woodland Creation Grant.

Pannage season extended in the New Forest - 18/10/2017

Pannage season extended in the New Forest

The Forestry Commission’s Deputy Surveyor announced today that the pannage season will be extended past the usual 60-day period until Sunday 17 December because there are so many acorns.

Land exchange sparks site improvement to Linear Park - 16/10/2017

Land exchange sparks site improvement to Linear Park

Recent visitors to Linear Park may have noticed much needed work for the site has taken place over the past week.

Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott announce forest live dates - 16/10/2017

Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott announce forest live dates

Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott with special guest Billy Bragg have announced dates as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

Enchanted Christmas returns to Westonbirt Arboretum to wow festive families - 12/10/2017

Enchanted Christmas returns to Westonbirt Arboretum to wow festive families

The popular annual Enchanted Christmas attraction returns to the National Arboretum this December transforming the spectacular Forestry Commission setting into a winter wonderland of light festive cheer.

Gary Barlow announces Forest gigs - 11/10/2017

Gary Barlow announces Forest gigs

Gary Barlow is the first artist to be announced as part of Forest Live 2018, the annual summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

Top ten secret autumn colour spots - 27/09/2017

Top ten secret autumn colour spots

The Forestry Commission have chosen their top ten secret spots, where everyone can enjoy a little bit of autumn.

Macmillan Coffee Morning at Beechenhurst Café - 26/09/2017

Macmillan Coffee Morning at Beechenhurst Café

Beechenhurst Café will be hosting their first ever Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 29th September.

Branch out with woodland! - 19/09/2017

Branch out with woodland!

The Forestry Commission is encouraging landowners and land managers to start planning now to apply for funding for woodland creation available through the 2018 Countryside Stewardship Scheme

Re-appointment of Forestry Commissioner Mary Barkham - 14/09/2017

Re-appointment of Forestry Commissioner Mary Barkham

Her Majesty the Queen, acting on the advice of Ministers, has re-appointed Dr Mary Barkham as a Forestry Commissioner for England.

Who will you find in the deep dark wood? - 14/09/2017

Who will you find in the deep dark wood?

For the first time ever, fourteen Forestry Commission forests across England will transform into the deep dark wood, with the installation of brand new Gruffalo character sculptures.

Arts Council England grant awarded for exciting forest theatre experiences - 14/09/2017

Arts Council England grant awarded for exciting forest theatre experiences

The Arts Council has awarded £139,000 to the Forestry Commission and theatre partner Burn the Curtain to develop their outdoor theatre experiences.

Local families enjoy free event at Castle Neroche - 08/09/2017

Local families enjoy free event at Castle Neroche

Families recently enjoyed a free Family day at Castle Neroche, hosted by the Forestry Commission in partnership with Blackdown Hills Area of Natural Beauty (AONB).

Focus on a feel-good autumn with the Forestry Commission - 04/09/2017

Focus on a feel-good autumn with the Forestry Commission

Forestry Commission England is giving a fresh focus to ‘forest bathing’ through a new partnership with mental health charity Mind.

A soggy summer suggests later and longer autumn colour, say experts at the Forestry Commission - 31/08/2017

A soggy summer suggests later and longer autumn colour, say experts at the Forestry Commission

A dry spring followed by a soggy summer for some could mean an extended autumn display; say experts at Forestry Commission England.

Newly commissioned sculpture celebrates UNESCO World Heritage status of the Lake District - 19/07/2017

Newly commissioned sculpture celebrates UNESCO World Heritage status of the Lake District

Cumbria based artist Charlie Whinney has been commissioned to produce a new striking sculpture in celebration of the Lake District’s newly awarded UNESCO status and the continued inspiration the area provides for contemporary artists.

Cost of flytipping taking away vital resource from our forest - 19/07/2017

Cost of flytipping taking away vital resource from our forest

The Forestry Commission is asking local people to be vigilant in reporting any incidents of fly tipping that they witness in Devon’s forests, particularly on the hugely sensitive site at Stoke Woods.

New insight in assessing tree straightness for timber - 14/07/2017

New insight in assessing tree straightness for timber

The shape of a tree is very important in determining its timber volume recovery and value. A Technical Note just published by the Forestry Commission provides guidance on the methods that can be used to assess stem straightness in standing trees.

Sweet chestnut blight found in South East London - 07/07/2017

Sweet chestnut blight found in South East London

Sweet chestnut blight, a disease that affects sweet chestnut trees, has been found in South East London, the UK Government’s Chief Plant Health Officer has confirmed.

Reminder to report signs of threat to local oak trees - 04/07/2017

Reminder to report signs of threat to local oak trees

People in parts of London and the South East are being reminded to look out for and report caterpillars of the Oak Processionary Moth (OPM), which could be damaging oak trees in the area.

Hunt for bugs, birds and beautiful butterflies at our Westonbirt Bioblitz - 29/06/2017

Hunt for bugs, birds and beautiful butterflies at our Westonbirt Bioblitz

Join us on Saturday 8 July to discover the amazing wildlife that makes its home at Westonbirt Arboretum. We all need a blitz on things from time to time (usually it’s tidying the bedroom floor!) but for Westonbirt it’s time for a BioBlitz!

Burton Joyce Pupils Display their ‘One Best Photo’ at Sherwood Pines - 28/06/2017

Burton Joyce Pupils Display their ‘One Best Photo’ at Sherwood Pines

Congratulations to pupils at Burton Joyce Primary School who gathered at Sherwood Pines on Saturday to celebrate the success of a photography project called 'One Best Photo'.

The Wolfson Tree Management Centre at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, scoops a most prestigious national award! - 22/06/2017

The Wolfson Tree Management Centre at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, scoops a most prestigious national award!

The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced 49 winners of its national awards and sitting amongst the luxury townhouses and a new wing for the Tate Modern is the Wolfson Tree Management Centre at Westonbirt Arboretum. The awards scheme ‘recognises the best buildings created in the last 12 months’.

Forestry Commission take on England’s Tallest Tree - 22/06/2017

Forestry Commission take on England’s Tallest Tree

Popular walking and picnic site Nutcombe Bottom, near Dunster is now being managed by the Forestry Commission.

New pump track and skills area for the Forestry Commission’s Cannop Cycle Centre - 21/04/2017

New pump track and skills area for the Forestry Commission’s Cannop Cycle Centre

A new pump track and skills area is now open at Cannop Cycle Centre.

£2.5m National Lottery bid secured for the Forest of Dean - 21/04/2017

£2.5m National Lottery bid secured for the Forest of Dean

The unique and exciting history of the Forest of Dean is to be explored and celebrated thanks to £2.5m National Lottery funding.

Go wild for WWF’s Earth Hour - 22/03/2017

Go wild for WWF’s Earth Hour

Forestry Commission England is encouraging everyone to switch off their lights for WWF’s Earth Hour and experience the forests after dark.

Monitoring helps conservation project protect New Forest - 07/03/2017

Monitoring helps conservation project protect New Forest

Monitoring of a conservation scheme in the New Forest has been increased to extend its benefits for rare species and habitats.

Community Wildlife site created in Pillowell - 07/03/2017

Community Wildlife site created in Pillowell

The Forestry Commission have teamed up with the Dean Green Team and Pillowell community to manage and officially recognise a 2 acre site for wildlife in the centre of Pillowell village.

Olly Murs announces additional Forest Live concert date - 27/02/2017

Olly Murs announces additional Forest Live concert date

Due to phenomenal demand for tickets, Olly Murs has added an extra date as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission, playing Sherwood Pines Forest in June.

Clean Bandit announce Forest gig - 13/02/2017

Clean Bandit announce Forest gig

Clean Bandit have announced a special woodland gig as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

Barking up the right tree! - 13/02/2017

Barking up the right tree!

Join us at Westonbirt, the Forestry Commission’s National Arboretum, during February half term as we explore all things ‘barky’ through a range of crafty fun and challenges.

The Gruffalo brought to life in the forest with new augmented reality app - 13/02/2017

The Gruffalo brought to life in the forest with new augmented reality app

In the first development of its kind, Forestry Commission England and Magic Light Pictures bring The Gruffalo characters to life in the forest through a new augmented reality app.

Popular visitor centre seeks new management company - 13/02/2017

Popular visitor centre seeks new management company

Rosliston Forestry Centre, a popular tourist attraction in South Derbyshire, is looking for new management.

Dark sky at night, a forest's delight! - 26/01/2017

Dark sky at night, a forest's delight!

Forestry Commission England is opening up forests after-dark for visitors to indulge in a spot of stargazing.

Craig David announces Forest Live dates - 23/01/2017

Craig David announces Forest Live dates

Craig David has announced dates this summer as part of the Forestry Commission’s Forest Live music series.

Elbow announce Forest Live dates for the summer - 16/01/2017

Elbow announce Forest Live dates for the summer

Elbow announce Forest Live dates for the summer

Over indulged at Christmas? Woodlands are the most enjoyable place to get fit - 13/12/2016

Over indulged at Christmas? Woodlands are the most enjoyable place to get fit

Forestry Commission England is helping visitors to the forest to burn off excess festive calories this New Year by matching some of its most popular walking, running and cycling trails to the calorie counts of favourite Christmas treats.

Countryside Stewardship woodland grants open for business – check out Forestry Commission website for grants available - 13/12/2016

Countryside Stewardship woodland grants open for business – check out Forestry Commission website for grants available

The Forestry Commission is calling on farmers and land managers to make best use of the new round of Countryside Stewardship support for woodland, with the opening of the 2017 Countryside Stewardship capital grants on 3 January 2017.

Complete our forest machinery survey and help improve forestry services - 01/12/2016

Complete our forest machinery survey and help improve forestry services

Forest Research is calling on all forest harvesting machinery owners and operators to complete its forest machinery census - and provide valuable data about the current state of the harvesting resource in England, Scotland and Wales.

A Christmas delivery from Kielder to London - 30/11/2016

A Christmas delivery from Kielder to London

On Friday 25 November, haulage contractors Robert and Lewis Scott set off to London with a very special delivery from the Forestry Commission for the Palace of Westminster. They were delivering three Christmas trees which included a 50ft Sika Spruce that was being put next to Big Ben, a 25ft tree for Westminster Hall, and a 20ft tree for the Speakers State rooms.

Forestry Commission England announce the winner of Jerwood Open Forest 2016 - 29/11/2016

Forestry Commission England announce the winner of Jerwood Open Forest 2016

Artist Keith Harrison has been announced as the winner of Jerwood Open Forest 2016 and will be awarded a major £30,000 commission to realise his project Joyride at Cannock Chase Forest in autumn 2017.

Olly Murs announces Forest Live shows as part of huge 2017 Summer Tour - 25/11/2016

Olly Murs announces Forest Live shows as part of huge 2017 Summer Tour

Following on from his spring arena tour, Olly Murs, one of British music’s biggest stars, announces his biggest headline shows yet; 20 outdoor dates across the UK including two dates as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series organised by the Forestry Commission.

Follow the elves’ journey and experience a magical Christmas with Forestry Commission England - 23/11/2016

Follow the elves’ journey and experience a magical Christmas with Forestry Commission England

Escape the shops, wrap up warm, enjoy the Christmassy scent of pine trees, and get into the festive spirit this year in England’s national woods and forests.

Apprentices spark Forest of Dean facelift - 18/11/2016

Apprentices spark Forest of Dean facelift

A group of 19 apprentices from Western Power Distribution (WPD) has taken part in a project with Forestry Commission England to help improve community green spaces in the Forest of Dean.

Santa Hacks for a perfect Christmas from Forestry Commission England - 17/11/2016

Santa Hacks for a perfect Christmas from Forestry Commission England

As experts in trees Santa has given Forestry Commission England’s Christmas trees his 100% approval. He has also shared with us his tips and craft ideas to make this Christmas the best yet! From getting the tree back from the forest to making the perfect decorations, here is a list of Santa Hacks for the perfect Christmas.

Mixed fortunes for New Forest bloodsuckers - 25/10/2016

Mixed fortunes for New Forest bloodsuckers

Hallowe’en is traditionally a time when creepy creatures thrive as darkness descends but for bloodsuckers in the New Forest life is not so rosy.

Rick Astley announces Forest Live gigs - 30/09/2016

Rick Astley announces Forest Live gigs

Rick Astley is the first artist to announce dates for 2017 as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series promoted by the Forestry Commission where acts perform in spectacular woodland locations around the country.

Exciting promenade theatre experience comes to Bedgebury for Halloween - 21/09/2016

Exciting promenade theatre experience comes to Bedgebury for Halloween

If you’re looking for a completely new theatrical experience then the Forestry Commission’s Bedgebury Pinetum and Forest, near Goudhurst, Kent, will be hosting an interactive theatre show with a difference this Halloween.

Colour me happy – the chemistry of autumn colours - 19/09/2016

Colour me happy – the chemistry of autumn colours

In a recent survey carried out by Forestry Commission England a staggering 96% of people said that beautiful autumn colours improve their mood, but why do the leaves change colour? What makes a maple leaf turn fiery red, a beech become golden or an ironwood transform through a rainbow of colours to deep plum purple?

Taster day for over 55s at Haldon Forest Park - 13/09/2016

Taster day for over 55s at Haldon Forest Park

Calling all over 55s, the Forestry Commission’s Haldon Forest Park is working with Age UK to host a taster day aimed at people aged 55 and over. On 21 September, between 10am and 4pm, there will be a range of low cost or free taster activities for people in this age group to try out and the café will be offering some delicious titbits taste.

Forestry Commission England’s guide to choosing the perfect Christmas tree - 07/09/2016

Forestry Commission England’s guide to choosing the perfect Christmas tree

Choosing your Christmas tree is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the festive season, but other than the size, what are the things to consider when buying your tree?

New Forest fungi - a feast for your eyes - 01/09/2016

New Forest fungi - a feast for your eyes

This autumn, the Forestry Commission is launching a new campaign to highlight the importance of the New Forest for fungi, and to appeal to people to support a ‘no-picking’ code on the Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

First ever organisation-wide Natural Capital Account published - 26/08/2016

First ever organisation-wide Natural Capital Account published

Forest Enterprise England, the land management agency of the Forestry Commission, is the first organisation to publish an organisation-wide Natural Capital Account that begins to quantify the full value of the services provided by the natural assets on its entire 254,000 hectare landholding.

Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016 returns to Grizedale Forest - 26/08/2016

Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016 returns to Grizedale Forest

The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year returns this year to one of the most unique outdoor arts and exhibition spaces in the country – Grizedale Forest located in the heart of The Lake District.