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Notts: Celebrate the splendour of Sherwood Forest

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The splendour of historic Sherwood Forest will be celebrated as part of the Major Oak Woodland Festival next month.

It is internationally famous as the home of the Major Oak and where Robin Hood and his Merry Men used to hide out, and has a rich natural history environment.

The Welsh Clearwing and the Hazel Pot Beetle are among some of the rarer finds which have been found within Sherwood’s natural habitats in recent years.

The two-day festival, organised by Notts County Council and the Sherwood Forest Trust, is over the weekend of 13th and 14th September, from 11am to 4pm each day.

 

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