Love is in the air at Sherwood Forest this February

It promises to be a heart-felt February at Sherwood Forest and Budby South Forest. Get the heart pumping by heading out along the route for the Love Edwinstowe and Sherwood Forest Trail. The trail returns for a second year with crafted hearts showing the way through the village and up to the National Nature Reserve. It’s free to take the trail, which starts on 8th February and continues until the 26th of the month. Edwinstowe artist David Evans is then leading a Willow-Weaving Workshop at Sherwood where participants can create wonderfully crafted hearts from natural materials. The workshop takes place on Saturday 11th February from 10.30am-12.30pm and costs just £25 per person (£20 for RSPB members).  

Love is in the air at Sherwood Forest this February


We're feeling very romantic in Robin Hood's Forest this February.

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Discover winter nature and scary surprises at Sherwood in January


There's loads of wonderful nature to see, as well as some scary-looking creatures, at Sherwood in the new year.

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Wild sightings at Sherwood


Spring has almost sprung! What wildlife has been seen recently at Sherwood and Budby?

Recent sightings

Conserving the forest for the future


Find out about the latest exciting conservation work we're doing at Sherwood!

Creating homes for nature

The Fungus Among Us


Delve into the weird fungal world and discover five fantastic fungi of Sherwood Forest!

Take me to the fungi...

Three is the Magic Number!


Our visitor centre has scooped three honours in the latest round of prestigious awards for the region!

Awards for visitor centre!

“A very attractive addition to the forest” – our Visit England assessment


We received a glowing report from Visit England following a recent accreditation visit.

Praise for our new centre

Restoring the Forest


Have you spotted the work taking place at the former visitor centre site? Over the coming months, we're removing the old infrastructure and restoring the forest. Find out what we're doing, and why.

Plans for restoration

So now it’s official …


Our new visitor centre was officially opened by Mike Dilger - and we had a bit of an event to celebrate!

Our new visitor centre is now officially open!