Posted by: Philip Carr-Gomm | December 20, 2010

Save Our Forests Campaign

New beech leaves, Grib Forest in the northern ...

Over the Christmas holidays, lots of us will visit forests. They are wonderful places to spend time with family and friends and to enjoy nature. For many of us they’re the perfect place for a Boxing Day stroll or to blow away the cobwebs after New Year’s Eve. It’s scary to think that in the UK they could soon be sold off, fenced off and run down.
If you are visiting a forest over the holidays, please print off some posters or leaflets provided by the 38 Degrees Save Our Forests Campaign to put up and spread the word. If we all leave a poster in the car park of a forest we visit this Christmas, or maybe some leaflets in the visitor centre or cafe, our petition should be past 100,000 signatures before the year is out!
You can download leaflets and posters, and see a map of some of the main forests under threat, here:

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