Forestry Commission England have produced a variety of fun, free dog training activities to keep your dog’s tail wagging throughout Walk Your Dog Week starting on 25 April -1 May, as they believe a dog is never too old to learn new tricks.
The Forestry Commission will be investing over £2.3million to improve Alice Holt Forest’s amenities over the next 12 months. Visitors to Alice Holt Forest will soon benefit from a new café, extra seating and additional facilities, as the site undergoes a redevelopment to improve the popular woodland destination. The site and existing café will remain open to the public during the redevelopment to ensure visitors can continue to enjoy the forest while work takes place.
England’s National Forestry Forum will be challenged to play their part in growing the importance, protection and size of England’s urban forest on 12 April following the publication of ‘Our Vision for a resilient urban forest’.
Following the departure of Storm Katie on late on Monday morning, site inspections have revealed damage to several trees across Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest, near Goudhurst, Kent.
To support WWF’s Earth Hour at 8.30pm on 19 March, Forestry Commission England has revealed their top 5 activities that visitors can enjoy in an hour in their local woodland.