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Friday 10th September, 2021 ~ Sunday 19th September, 2021 Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days

Friday 10th September, 2021 ~ Sunday 19th September, 2021

We encourage you to take a look at where you will find all the events taking place 10th-19th September 2021; many live events to attend and some online. Start planning your visits today!

Organised and funded by the Coleford Area MCTI Partnership, and supported by Foresters’ Forest, there are several places for you to visit this year, along with organised walks and tours of sites.

Our Foresters’ Forest Heritage Open Days include:

Worcester Walk Community Project

Friday 17 September: 13.00 to 14.00; 14.30 to 15.30; 16.00 to 17.00an

Opportunity to have a conducted tour of Worcester Walk meadows and to see what is being achieved by a local group.

Free event. Pre-booking required. See event details 

Ancient and Notable Trees of the Forest of Dean

Tuesday 14 September: 14.00 start

Walk guide Paul Rutter will take you through part of a plantation in the Cannop Valley showing the importance of trees in the area.

Free event. Pre-booking required. See event details 


Dean Heritage Centre and Foresters’ Forest Celebration

Sunday 19 September: 11.00 to 15.00

The Dean Heritage Centre is throwing its doors open for free and Foresters’ Forest will be there, showcasing all the many things we have achieved during our 5-year programme. Our project leaders will also be there to welcome you and chat about the 38 exciting heritage projects we and our volunteers have been working on. Plenty of exciting displays to see, along with musical entertainment!

Everyone is welcome to attend, no need to book!

No pre-booking required. See event details 

And on our own website here 


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