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Celebrating the diverse wildlife, important habitats and rich heritage of Sherwood Forest
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Miner2Major is a five-year Landscape Partnership Scheme (2019-2023), supported by a £2,450,400 grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

The legendary Sherwood Forest is a significant and celebrated landscape due to its diverse wildlife, important habitats and rich heritage.

The last 200 years have changed the area.  It still has quiet places, stunning landscapes, history, wildlife, legend and a sense of belonging, but the great forest and heaths are now just patches in a landscape of industrial heritage.

Miner2Major is a partnership of local authorities, conservation groups and community organisations who have been working in the Sherwood Forest area for many years. This is the latest phase of long-term efforts to restore, explore and celebrate the Forest.

 

COVID-19

Due to the unfolding and rapidly changing coronavirus situation we have made changes to our plans for the forthcoming months. Please read the full statement. 

Project areas

Miner2Major will deliver a number of connected projects over the lifetime of the scheme. The projects are all related to four broad areas

Miner2Major Partners

The Landscape Partnership Board is formed of the below organisations,
which includes representatives from the local community.

About Miner2Major Vision and objectives Landscape Partnership Scheme