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Sherwood Forest in Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire is the legendary home of Robin Hood, the Robin Hood festival is held here every year.
There are many trails to explore and all are signposted, great for walking or cycling. The main attraction is the Major Oak estimated to be 1,000 years old.
The forest is also a haven for bird spotters, the best place to see them is one of the feeding stations, birds seen in the video are European Nuthatch, Eurasian blue tit, Coal tit, Great tit and a Robin.
 
 
Sherwood Forest Visitor CentreThe new Visitor Centre opened in 2018 is where you can find information, gifts, facilities and refreshments.
 
The Major Oak, Robin Hoood's TreeThe Major Oak, more famously known as Robin Hood's Tree.
The tree is thought to be around 800 to a 1000 years old.
 
Sherwwood FoorestSherwood Forest was once a Royal hunting forest and covers over 1000 acres.
The main trails are signposted, the Wildwood Trail being the longest about 4 miles.
 
 
Sherwood Forest, November 2020
 
 
 
 
Sources for Sherwood Forest
 
 
Sherwood Forest website all you need to know to plan your visit.
 
 
To see an online map click here
 
 
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