Aerial view of Spernal and Windmill Hill
News

Heart of England Forest volunteers recognised with Queen’s Award

2 June 2022
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Heart of England Forest
Heart of England Forest volunteers have just been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a local voluntary group can receive in the UK and is equivalent to an MBE.
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How birds of prey are faring in the Forest

26 April 2022
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Sam Macvie
Monitoring birds of prey in the Forest provides location, health, and breeding activity information for each bird, creating excellent long-term data. The results of our 2021 report are now in.
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Nature and mental health; combating loneliness

26 April 2022
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Heart of England Forest
Millions of people every year in the UK are affected by loneliness, but the natural environment can help. Discover five ways the Forest can help us feel less alone.
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10 Easter nature activities to get kids outdoors

4 April 2022
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Heart of England Forest
Get kids into the great outdoors and connected to nature during the Easter holidays with our fun activities.
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Dragonflies and damselflies

30 March 2022
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Heart of England Forest
Climate change is affecting the UK’s dragonfly and damselfly populations, so how are they faring in the Forest?
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Successful winter season in the Forest

30 March 2022
 by 
Heart of England Forest
It is the end of yet another busy winter season, which saw growth both in the Forest and our forestry team.
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2 millionth tree planted in the Heart of England Forest

10 March 2022
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Local school children plant 2 millionth tree in the Heart of England Forest as it pledges to create a greener future for them.
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