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Saturday 28th March
10:00-12:00
Community Litter Pick, from Beechenhurst

Community Litter Pick, from Beechenhurst

Saturday 28th March
10:00-12:00

Please join in with our next Community Litter Pick to help keep the Forest of Dean clean, as a part of the local Love Your Forest campaign and The Great British Spring Clean 2020!

We will meet at Forestry England’s Beechenhurst site.  Please park in the section of the car park that is closest to the road, which is all the way around the site and on the way towards the exit, as that is where we will be gathering.  We will set off from there to clear up the local woodland between Beechenhurst and the Speech House Hotel.

Please wear sturdy footwear, gloves and dress for the weather. We will provide litter pickers (we have adult and child sized) and bags.

All welcome. This is a family friendly event (under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult).

Together we can keep our Forest clean!

How to find Beechenhurst:

Please note that if you put the postcode in to your Satnav it will take you to the nearby Speech House Hotel - you can follow brown signs from there to find us. 

Speech House Road, Coleford. Sat Nav Postcode: GL16 7EL

By Car

Follow tourist signs for the Forest of Dean. Take the B4226 Coleford to Cinderford road. Beechenhurst is located between the B4234 crossroads (Parkend/Lydbrook) and the Speech House Hotel. 

Or go car-free:

By Public Transport

Beechenhurst welcomes car-free visitors and offer free admission to those arriving by public transport or bike – plan your journey at Good Journey.

  • From Coleford - number 30 (stops a short walk away). 
  • From Lydney - number 23 bus, change at Coleford to number 30 bus
  • Cinderford - number 30 bus. 
Beechenhurst OS Grid Ref: SO614120


This event is supported by Forestry England and The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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