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Tom Odell announces Forestry Commission gigs

Tom Odell has announced a very special tour of the nation’s forests for 2015.

Have a forest adventure with Superworm in 2015

From the creators of The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo’s Child, the hugely popular children’s story Superworm will come to Forestry Commission England’s woods and forests in 2015.

England's most famous Christmas tree arrives at the Houses of Parliament

On 29 November 2014, the Westminster Christmas tree arrived at the Houses of Parliament on a huge truck all the way from Kielder Forest, Northumberland.

Calorie burning trails to get forest fit this New Year

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

The Script announce forest gig

The Script is the first act to be announced for Forest Live 2015; the annual summer music series organised by the Forestry Commission, where bands perform in unique woodland locations across England.

Festive events for all the family

From magical illuminated trails, festive woodland walks and holiday-inspired crafts, to buying a Christmas tree right from the heart of the forest, Forestry Commission England has a range of events and activities running across the country for all the family to enjoy.

New apprenticeship to blaze a trail for forestry skills

Forestry Commission England has joined forces with businesses from across forestry, arboriculture, horticulture and landscaping to begin developing a new set of apprenticeship standards under the Government’s Trailblazer programme.

The Gruffalo’s Child sets off on her autumn forest adventure

From Friday 3 October 2014, families will have the opportunity to go on a forest adventure with Mouse as the Gruffalo’s Child activity trails come to 24 forests and woods across England.

Experts predict spectacular autumn display but warn not to be fooled by ‘false autumn’

Impressive displays of vibrant autumn hues are expected if weather conditions remain consistent over the coming weeks, according to Forestry Commission England.