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Our events are listed in alphabetical order. Alternatively you can use the calendar at the bottom of the page to search on a specific date.

 

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What's on

Awesome Autumn at Bolderwood.
A whole week of activities for children during autumn half term, with trails and crafts at Bolderwood.
Explorer Walk
Enjoy a 3 hour guided walk with an introduction to Commoning, the heathlands and woodlands, and the animals that inhabit them.
Gruffalo Spotters
Follow the clues into the deep dark wood to see what you can spot! Pick up an activity pack from the information unit.
National Volunteer Week- Off the Beaten Track
Explore the stunning Ashley Walk area of the forest with two of the FC’s Volunteer Ranger team. Discover the history of this unique landscape and how it is managed and protected.
New Forest Walking Festival: Fringe - Milkham Meander
Join a Forestry Commission Ranger to explore the secret history of Milkham, King's Garden and Roe Inclosure
Rock Up and Explore
Join a Forestry Commission Ranger on a short guided walk and discover more about the New Forest and what makes it so special.
Rock Up and Explore
Join a Forestry Commission Ranger on a short guided walk and discover more about the New Forest and what makes it so special.
Tree Explorer Trail
Let our self-guided trail lead you around the stunning Blackwater trees, whilst testing your tree identification skills.
Walkies Workshop
Join in our dog-friendly activities including temptation alley and weave poles, all whilst learning some tips on being a forest-friendly dog owner.
Walkies Workshop
Join in our dog-friendly activities including temptation alley and weave poles, all whilst learning some tips on being a forest-friendly dog owner.
Walkies Workshop
Join in our dog-friendly activities including temptation alley and weave poles, all whilst learning some tips on being a forest-friendly dog owner.
Wild about Ponies
New Forest Ponies. Why are they here? Why are they important? Who owns them? Come along to a fun, free information session and learn all the answers to your questions about the four-legged icons of the New Forest.
Wild About Ponies
New Forest Ponies. Why are they here? Why are they important? Who owns them? Come along to a fun, free information session and learn all the answers to your questions about the four-legged icons of the New Forest.
Wild Wednesday
Enjoy a date with nature at the Reptile Centre, with fun activities for the whole family. Quiz trail and ‘making’ activities for children. Come and see the ‘live’ video of birds on their nests as well as the reptiles and amphibians.

When is it on

Last updated: 17th February 2017

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