Major Oak Woodland Festival 2016

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Major Oak Woodland Festival 2016

Postby ian major » Wed Aug 24, 2016 1:48 pm

A great way to celebrate the most famous of heritage Forest's, don't miss the #MajorOakWoodlandFestival 2016

Join Nottinghamshire County Council and The Sherwood Forest Trust for the only festival in the world that is hosted by a tree!
On September 10th and 11th you are most cordially invited to the #MajorOakWoodlandFestival.

Now in its third year, the Major Oak Woodland Festival attracts people from all around the world, and Sherwood Forest provides the unique back drop of amazing ancient oaks and beautiful birch that set this apart from other woodland festivals.

Once part of the Royal Forest of Sherwood, the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre is a magnificent wildlife area, it is Britain's Heart of Oak, and the jewel in Nottinghamshire's environmental heritage crown.

Sherwood Forest will be full of bodgers’!
This FREE fun day out for the whole family brings together heritage crafts, traditional toys, outdoor learning and environmental play, conservation organisations, learning about bugs ‘n’ critters and much, much more.

So come and enjoy a fine day in Sherwood Forest meet bodgers, charcoal burners, wood turners, conservation organisations and be inspired to get back to nature!

It’s also your chance to find out if you are smarter than the Major Oak, so will you dare to ask this grand ancient oak tree a question?

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Re: Major Oak Woodland Festival 2016

Postby emjay » Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:29 am

Anyone know what's happened to the "National Forest Wood fair" ? It's changed its title. Hope it's still the same, I've already booked my hotel for a couple of nights.

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