Woodland Trust hosts annual summer festival at Heartwood Forest

Jack, aged two, enjoys face painting at the festival

Jack, aged two, enjoys face painting at the festival

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More than 2,000 people attended a summer festival at Heartwood Forest over the bank holiday. 

From woodland crafts to a fun dog show, a woodland bake-off to professional storytelling the annual event in the forest in Sandridge is one of the biggest events that the Woodland Trust provides for its supporters.

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The steel band 

Louise Neicho, site manager for the Woodland Trust said: "It was fantastic to see such a great turn out to our Heartwood Festival, which was themed around trees, woods and art.

"It was quite a sight seeing all the children running around flying their kites in the breeze, and getting stuck in with charcoal drawing. The atmosphere was wonderful; another great day celebrating local woodland."

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