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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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2022

23 February 2022
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Heart of England Forest

This International Women’s Day, two members of our team share their challenges and triumphs of forging a career in th

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A lifeline for nature: valuing the Forest’s hedgerows

23 February 2022
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Heart of England Forest
Hedgerows are species ‘super-highways’ for numerous varieties of insects and small mammals, and a powerful tool in helping fight the climate crisis.
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Top 5 early signs of spring

23 February 2022
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Heart of England Forest
Spring officially begins on 20th March , but there are already welcome signs that nature is getting ready to burst into life.
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Growing the next generation of forest guardians

8 February 2022
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Heart of England Forest
This National Apprenticeship Week, Forest Ranger Phoebe shares her experience of being an apprentice and how it has helped to shape her career in the sector.
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A valuable partnership with the Vale of Evesham School

1 February 2022
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Heart of England Forest
Find out more about our ongoing partnership with the Vale of Evesham School, working with students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) to develop skills and connect with nature.
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Natural Flood Management in the Forest

1 February 2022
 by 
Imogen Rutter
Our work improving and creating wetland habitats within the Forest brings great benefits for wetland biodiversity and also for flood alleviation.
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