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The Gruffalo

Oh help! Oh no! It's a Gruffalo! This winter come to the deep dark wood to discover twiggy trails and giant Gruffalos.

Gruffalo spottingGruffalo Spotters: What will you find in the deep dark wood?

Follow clues and hunt for signs of the Gruffalo as he returns to our forests in 2017. Sign up to be the first to find out when he returns.

Gruffalo Birthday Party PicnicGiant Gruffalo and Gruffalo's Child sculptures

Come and visit one of 15 giant wooden Gruffalo sculptures in select forests across England. We now have some Gruffalo's Child scupltures too!

Gruffalo Play PackGruffalo Play Pack 

Star in your very own Gruffalo story this spring with our downloadable ‘How to Put on a Gruffalo Play’ pack! Get performance tips, masks to cut out and more.

OrienteeringGruffalo Orienteering

Combine fitness and navigational skill for an exhilarating adventure sport. Use a map to find a series of points as efficiently and quickly as possible.

GruffaloAll things Gruffalo!

Take a peek at our Gruffalo Pinterest board, filled to the brim with Gruffalo-themed snowmen, finger puppets and even a scrumptious cupcake recipe or two.

Gruffalo in the forestWatch the Gruffalo's day out

When the Gruffalo isn't walking in the woods with mouse he is busy trying out lots of other activities in the forest. We caught a few of them on film!


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Images © 1999/2004 & TM Julia Donaldson/Axel Scheffler.
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Last updated: 6th January 2017

England's Woods and Forests are cared for by Forest Enterprise England, an agency of the Forestry Commission.