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Join Jon Tyler for a walk through the woods exploring the fascinating world of fungi, with tips and guidance on identifying different groups.Suitable for adults and children aged 8 and above.
Find Out About Fungi
Join Jon Tyler for a walk through the woods exploring the fascinating world of fungi, with tips and guidance on identifying different groups.

Suitable for adults and children aged 8 and above.
21/09/2014 To 26/10/2014
Do you ever wonder how or why we cut down trees in your favourite woodland? Join a forester to go behind the scenes and discover modern forestry at it's best. Dogs are not permitted on this event. 2 miles walk.Bring your own refreshments.Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.£5.50 per person 12 years +Meet in New Copse Inclosure, off B3055 Brockenhurst to Beaulieu Road, turn in through gateway, opposite entrance to Roundhill campsite (SO42 7QL) and follow signs to the parking area.
Timber!
Do you ever wonder how or why we cut down trees in your favourite woodland? Join a forester to go behind the scenes and discover modern forestry at it's best.

Dogs are not permitted on this event.
2 miles walk.
Bring your own refreshments.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.
£5.50 per person 12 years +

Meet in New Copse Inclosure, off B3055 Brockenhurst to Beaulieu Road, turn in through gateway, opposite entrance to Roundhill campsite (SO42 7QL) and follow signs to the parking area.
26/09/2014 10:00
A leading figure in the arts and crafts movement, Haywood Sumner is a pivotal character in the history of the New Forest. He came from a family of larger than life characters from which Sumner inherited many of his values. However it was the love of the New Forest that influenced his work in all forms. Join us for a glimpse into his world during this special evening event held in the Verderers Hall. Cushioned benches are available on a first come basis, or please bring a cushion!Location: Verderers Hall adjacent to the Queens House Lyndhurst£8 per personSuitable for adults and children 12 years +Dogs are not allowed on this event. Access Info: Parking available at main Lyndhurst car park (charge applies). Closer parking available on request.
Heywood Sumner - The Life and Times of a Countryman

A leading figure in the arts and crafts movement, Haywood Sumner is a pivotal character in the history of the New Forest. He came from a family of larger than life characters from which Sumner inherited many of his values. However it was the love of the New Forest that influenced his work in all forms. Join us for a glimpse into his world during this special evening event held in the Verderers Hall. Cushioned benches are available on a first come basis, or please bring a cushion!


Location: Verderers Hall adjacent to the Queens House Lyndhurst
£8 per person
Suitable for adults and children 12 years +
Dogs are not allowed on this event.

Access Info: Parking available at main Lyndhurst car park (charge applies). Closer parking available on request.

14/10/2014 19:00
Join TV’s forager, John Wright, on an exploration of the forest’s fungi. Starting from Oakley car park.Cost £20 per person.Suitable for adults and children aged 12 years +Dogs welcome if kept on a lead. Please note this is an educational, non-picking event.Please bring a guide book if you have one.Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear. Access Info: Less than 2 miles. Short amble from car park, on varied terrain.  
Fungi in the Forest with John Wright
Join TV’s forager, John Wright, on an exploration of the forest’s fungi. 

Starting from Oakley car park.
Cost £20 per person.
Suitable for adults and children aged 12 years +
Dogs welcome if kept on a lead. 
Please note this is an educational, non-picking event.
Please bring a guide book if you have one.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.

Access Info: Less than 2 miles. Short amble from car park, on varied terrain.  

21/10/2014
Join TV’s forager, John Wright on this Forestry Commission talk to learn all about what the forest has to offer to the budding forager. Location: New Forest CentreCost £11 per person.Suitable for adults and children 12 years +Dogs are not allowed on this event
The Forager's Forest with John Wright
Join TV’s forager, John Wright on this Forestry Commission talk to learn all about what the forest has to offer to the budding forager. 

Location: New Forest Centre
Cost £11 per person.
Suitable for adults and children 12 years +
Dogs are not allowed on this event

21/10/2014 19:00
Spend the morning on an autumnal walk as part of this year’s Walking Festival. savour the colours, sights and sounds of the forest during this beautiful time of year. Why not join us after the event for an optional visit to a local forest pub?Starting from Eyeworth pondCost £5.50 per personSuitable for adults and children 12 years +Dogs welcome if kept on a lead.Please bring your own refreshments.This walk is part of the Walking Festival organised by the National Park Authority.  A discount applies if you travel to the event by rail, bus, bike or on foot.  Select the Non Car Discount ticket if this applies. This will be checked on arrival at the event. Access Info: Free return minibus from Brockenhurst rail station if you travel by rail, bus, bike or on foot. Contact us for more information and to reserve your space on the minibus. 6 mile moderate walk on varied terrain.
Autumn Amble
Spend the morning on an autumnal walk as part of this year’s Walking Festival. savour the colours, sights and sounds of the forest during this beautiful time of year. Why not join us after the event for an optional visit to a local forest pub?

Starting from Eyeworth pond
Cost £5.50 per person
Suitable for adults and children 12 years +
Dogs welcome if kept on a lead.
Please bring your own refreshments.
This walk is part of the Walking Festival organised by the National Park Authority.  A discount applies if you travel to the event by rail, bus, bike or on foot.  Select the Non Car Discount ticket if this applies. This will be checked on arrival at the event.

Access Info: Free return minibus from Brockenhurst rail station if you travel by rail, bus, bike or on foot. Contact us for more information and to reserve your space on the minibus. 6 mile moderate walk on varied terrain.
25/10/2014 09:00
Children have the opportunity to learn the art of some traditional skills whilst gaining an understanding of the natural environment around us. Explore nature’s way in a beautiful part of the New Forest. Each event will have slightly different activities which will emphasise the special qualities of that particular season. Lots of hands on activities and crafts to take home. And some good ideas for parents too!                             Cost £5.50 per child.Childrens event suitable for 8 – 11 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult - there is no charge for the adult.Dogs welcome if kept on a lead. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.25th May location Shatterford Car Park25th October location Denny Wood campsite  Access Info: Gravel/sandy tracks and forest terrain, mud and water to cross. No toilet facilities on site.
Natures Way
Children have the opportunity to learn the art of some traditional skills whilst gaining an understanding of the natural environment around us. Explore nature’s way in a beautiful part of the New Forest. Each event will have slightly different activities which will emphasise the special qualities of that particular season. Lots of hands on activities and crafts to take home. And some good ideas for parents too!
                            
Cost £5.50 per child.
Childrens event suitable for 8 – 11 years.
Children must be accompanied by an adult - there is no charge for the adult.
Dogs welcome if kept on a lead.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.

25th May location Shatterford Car Park
25th October location Denny Wood campsite  

Access Info: Gravel/sandy tracks and forest terrain, mud and water to cross. No toilet facilities on site.
25/10/2014
As part of this year’s Walking Festival learn more about the historic New Forest drifts, how livestock are managed and what commoning means in practice, during this moderate paced walk, where you can spot ponies that have or have not been drifted in. Starting from Whitefield Moor car park£5.50 per person.Suitable for adults and children 12 years +Dogs welcome if kept on a lead.Please bring a picnic lunch with you. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.A discount applies to those arriving by rail, bus, bike or on foot. Please select the Non Car Discount Ticket if this applies. This will be checked on arrival at the event. Access Info: Free return minibus from Brockenhurst rail station if you travel by rail, bus, bike or on foot.  Contact us to reserve space if required. 6-7 mile moderate walk on a varied terrain.
A Walk on the Wild Side
As part of this year’s Walking Festival learn more about the historic New Forest drifts, how livestock are managed and what commoning means in practice, during this moderate paced walk, where you can spot ponies that have or have not been drifted in. 

Starting from Whitefield Moor car park
£5.50 per person.
Suitable for adults and children 12 years +
Dogs welcome if kept on a lead.
Please bring a picnic lunch with you.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.

A discount applies to those arriving by rail, bus, bike or on foot. Please select the Non Car Discount Ticket if this applies. This will be checked on arrival at the event.
 
Access Info: Free return minibus from Brockenhurst rail station if you travel by rail, bus, bike or on foot.  Contact us to reserve space if required. 
6-7 mile moderate walk on a varied terrain.
30/10/2014 10:00
Children have the opportunity to discover and explore the magic of nature in a beautiful part of the New Forest. hands on activities will emphasise the special qualities of the season, with crafts to take home as well. And some good ideas for parents too!31st Oct location Millyford Bridge Car Park Cost £5.50 per childChildren's event suitable for ages 6 – 9 years.Children must be accompanied by an adult - there is not charge for adults to attend.Dogs welcome if kept on a lead.Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.Access Info: Gravel tracks and forest terrain and some hills.
The Magic Of Nature
Children have the opportunity to discover and explore the magic of nature in a beautiful part of the New Forest. hands on activities will emphasise the special qualities of the season, with crafts to take home as well. And some good ideas for parents too!

31st Oct location Millyford Bridge Car Park
 
Cost £5.50 per child
Children's event suitable for ages 6 – 9 years.
Children must be accompanied by an adult - there is not charge for adults to attend.
Dogs welcome if kept on a lead.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.

Access Info: Gravel tracks and forest terrain and some hills.
31/10/2014
An exciting walk over a colourful landscape taking in the scenery of the open heathland and the rich mature ancient woodlands.Starting from Beaulieu Road car park.Cost £5.50 per person.Suitable for adults and children aged 12 years +This walk is part of the Walking Festival organised by the National Park Authority.  A discount applies if you travel to the event by rail, bus, bike or on foot.  Select the Non Car Discount ticket if this applies. This will be checked on arrival at the event. Dogs welcome if kept on a lead. Bring a packed lunch and refreshments or money for the pub. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and wellies or sturdy walking boots. Access info: 3 miles. Moderate walk with some uneven surfaces to be expected. May be at a brisk pace. Suitable for reasonably active walkers.
The Shatterford Loop
An exciting walk over a colourful landscape taking in the scenery of the open heathland and the rich mature ancient woodlands.

Starting from Beaulieu Road car park.
Cost £5.50 per person.
Suitable for adults and children aged 12 years +
This walk is part of the Walking Festival organised by the National Park Authority.  A discount applies if you travel to the event by rail, bus, bike or on foot.  Select the Non Car Discount ticket if this applies. This will be checked on arrival at the event.

Dogs welcome if kept on a lead.
Bring a packed lunch and refreshments or money for the pub.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and wellies or sturdy walking boots.

Access info: 3 miles. Moderate walk with some uneven surfaces to be expected. May be at a brisk pace. Suitable for reasonably active walkers.

01/11/2014 10:00
Find out about seasonal edible plants in the forest with identification tips, guidance and the opportunity to sample treats at the end.  This event has a seasonal theme,  the May date will look at Spring foods, the July date Summer foods, the September date Autumn foods and the November date Winter foods. Suitable for adults and children aged 8+ 
Wild Forest Foods
Find out about seasonal edible plants in the forest with identification tips, guidance and the opportunity to sample treats at the end.  This event has a seasonal theme,  the May date will look at Spring foods, the July date Summer foods, the September date Autumn foods and the November date Winter foods. 

Suitable for adults and children aged 8+ 

02/11/2014 10:30
Join us on a 2 ½ mile gentle meander around Bolderwood for a pleasant way to get into the Christmas spirit. Learn about forest traditions, customs and wildlife. Finally enjoy a glass of mulled wine (over 18's) at the end of the walk.  Starting from Bolderwood Car Park.Cost £5.50 per person.Suitable for adults and children 8 years +Dogs welcome if kept on a lead. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear. Please bring your own refreshments.Access info: 2.5 mile moderate walk on varied terrain.
Christmas Walking Safari
Join us on a 2 ½ mile gentle meander around Bolderwood for a pleasant way to get into the Christmas spirit. Learn about forest traditions, customs and wildlife. Finally enjoy a glass of mulled wine (over 18's) at the end of the walk. 

Starting from Bolderwood Car Park.
Cost £5.50 per person.
Suitable for adults and children 8 years +
Dogs welcome if kept on a lead. 
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear.
Please bring your own refreshments.

Access info: 2.5 mile moderate walk on varied terrain.
17/12/2014 10:00

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