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British products inspired by the forest

We would like to introduce you to our web shop packed with products inspired by the forest. Here's a taste of the family businesses behind the products we have chosen.

We love adventure, dens and expeditions

BattleBoxEdward was six when his mum Emma, decided that he was being drawn into a world of video games and TV. She set about creating adventure kits to inspire children to create their own adventures, build dens and take risks.

She teamed up with Bear Grylls to create Great British Adventure packs like the Dangerous Den Kit and Great Expedition Kit

Time to think about where your wood comes from 

Andyclocks Andy uses FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified timber to make beautiful handmade clocks. He believes that they should be individual, affordable and timeless.

Based in the Midlands, his small home-based business is proud of their tree planting scheme which plants a sapling in the UK for each clock sold.

Eco-friendly-cycle wear 

VelecoJamie and Jonathan set up the world’s first Fair Trade and eco-friendly cycle wear company just 12 months ago in Brighton.

Using natural, organic and recycled material where possible, the range includes a recycled cycling jacket made from 12 plastic bottles and organic t-shirts featuring cycling inspired eco-friendly prints. 

The authentic taste of Yorkshire 

Lottie Shaw's Yorkshire bakery Mother of two, Charlotte runs her family's 100 year old baking business - Lottie Shaw's. The award winning treats are inspired by, and made with, locally sourced ingredients from Yorkshire - Milk comes from a dairy in Bolstermoor, Huddersfield, and flour is from Bradshaw’s in Driffield.

The range includes the Seriously Good Yorkshire Hamper baked to Great Grandma’s family recipe. The perfect treat after a long walk in the forest. 

Win a hamper

Congratulations Jackie O'Neill, you are the winner of our Seriously Good Yorkshire Hamper competition. We hope you enoy!

What do you want to see? 

We'd love to hear what you would like to see in the web shop. Email us at with your ideas. The best range of ideas will win an annual Discovery Pass to the forest of your choice. 

Be inspired 

For gifts - jewellery, handbags, local lagers, flowers, and guide books.
For wildlife - bumblebee boxes, hedgehog feed, nest boxes and bird feed.
For your home - wildlife prints, frames, candles, home textiles and storage

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