2020VISION is in The National Forest
The National Forest is part of a nationwide touring exhibition of outstanding photographs that celebrate nature, wildlife and people working together.
20 top UK wildlife photographers visited 20 locations throughout the UK – including The National Forest and the Peak District - over 20 months. They captured inspirational landscapes that are loved and looked after by local people, and enrich us all.
'The National Forest - More than just some trees' - a short film from 2020VISION
18 March 2013 – 7 April 2013, The Delph Market Square, Swadlincote, Derbyshire
10 – 29 April 2013, Calke Abbey, Ticknall, Derbyshire (National Trust Park entrance charge applies to non-members)
For more information see www.nationalforest.org/2020vision
Two educational trails have been developed for use by schools, families and other groups visiting the exhibition. These are targeted at young people, encouraging them to explore the exhibition and think about related issues. The Trails can be downloaded from the bottom of this web page or copies can be picked up at Swadlincote Tourist Information Centre. The Trails have been prepared by the Environmental Education Project based at Rosliston Forestry Centre.
Have you visited the exhibition - let us know what you thought? And find out what other visitors enjoyed by viewing the comments in our virtual visitor book.
Swadlincote Tourist Information Centre
Sharpe's Pottery Museum
Tel: 01283 222848
Follow us on Twitter @SwadlincoteTIC
page ref: SDDC 618
The following documents are in Portable Document Format (PDF). You can download software to view PDF documents for free from the Adobe website (opens in a new window)