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Lots to love in Sherwood Forest this February


Walk with legends, wander for woodpeckers and wonder at stars

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Garden birds in Nottinghamshire are counting on you! 


It's here - the world's largest garden wildlife survey.

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Waxwings and a shrike wing in to Budby South Forest


Exciting visits to report from Budby South Forest.

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Twelfth Night – photo gallery


Check out our photos from the Twelfth Night and Fools' Parade at Sherwood Forest.

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Krampus Run prepares for another Sherwood visit


They're back in Robin Hood's Forest this January.

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New Year starts with new opportunities and old friends in Sherwood Forest 


January's bursting with things to do.

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Get Christmas quizzing with Friar Tuck!


Try our Christmas quiz to discover what you know about a Medieval Yuletide.

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Crying Christmas photo gallery – with video


See and view this year's Crying Christmas event at Sherwood Forest.

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Christmas is calling in Robin Hood’s Forest


The Sheriff gets ready hands over the chains of office and control of the forest. Who will be Sherwood's Lord of Misrule?

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A blue and red piece of material with whit, blue and red symbols sewn on to a series of squares. The symbols depict crowns, a quiver with arrows, lions, eagles and three hares to symbolise Sherwood Forests' place as a former royal hunting forest. Four people are standing above it looking down over it.

Volunteers’ Medieval masterpiece unveiled at Sherwood Forest


A coverlet inspired by heraldic symbols from the Middle Ages is on display in the Visitor Centre.

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Sherwood hits the gold standard for visitor experience 


Visit England assessment praises Sherwood experience

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The Sheriff of Nottingham stands at the entrance to Sherwood Forest, pointing his cane.

Take a Twilight Walk in Sherwood Forest with… the Sheriff!


The Sheriff invites you to partake in a twilight walk on HIS weekend at Sherwood.

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