The New Forest - Its Character and Heritage

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The New Forest is a special area with a unique character and heritage. It was established as a royal hunting preserve by William the Conqueror in about 1079 and over the centuries its role has changed according to the concerns of time. In 2004 the forest was designated a National Park. The true outlines of the New Forest, however, are found in its heritage and traditions, its scenery, its creatures and plant life, and its ability to remain a natural haven in a changing world.

"The New Forest, its Character & Heritage" is the official guide to the New Forest: The Seasons, Commoners, Verderers and Agisters, Ponies, Ancient and Ornamental Woodlands, Deer, The Inclosures, The Lawns, Heath, Mires and Bogs, The New Forest Show, Villages and Towns plus more general information, names, addresses and contact telephone numbers.

Size: 24x17.5cm

Number of Pages: 41