5 must-see events in Edwinstowe this summer are :-
Our new takeaway picnic boxes would be perfect for this so just pop into The Village Kitchen and order your picnic ready for your day trip to the Robin Hood Festival.
Friday 17 August 2018 I 10am – 3pm
£12.50 per person
2. Join the rangers of Sherwood Pines as they take you and your family on a bushcraft adventure through the forest. This event is suitable for children aged 6+.
3. Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre and National Nature Reserve, the legendary home of Robin Hood. Many of the oaks in Sherwood Forest have stood for over 5 centuries and the mighty Major Oak (Robin Hood’s tree) is estimated to be over 800 years old. The forest is a Special Area of Conservation and is teeming with life with over 200 different species of spider and 1500 species of beetle along with birds and beasts. There are extensive paths and trails meandering through the woodlands for you to explore.
4. The Robin Hood Express on the 30th August, Join expert Archaeologists and Historians aboard a vintage 1960s London Bus on a tour of legendary Sherwood Forest
Renowned expert Archaeologists from Mercian Archaeological Services CIC’s Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project have come together with local Historian, Archaeologist and Specialist Peter Hammond , and Blackmore Commercials Ltd. To provide this fantastic heritage tour of legendary Sherwood Forest.
The tour combines unrivalled local knowledge of historic Sherwood Forest with an opportunity to ride on board a vintage RouteMaster bus.
The tour stops at the famous Sherwood sites of Rufford Abbey, The Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve & Legendary Major Oak, King John’s Palace, and Newstead Abbey.
You will also explore many of the sites and villages along the way that make up this magical landscape.
5. Call and see #The Village Kitchen at 7 Church Farm, Edwinstowe, NG21 9NJ and enjoy something from our delicious menu and takeaway service. Our new takeaway Afternoon Tea would be perfect for visitors to events at Edwinstowe.