"I've got Sherwood Forest"
A glade of birch trees in Sherwood Forest - Credit: ntollervey
is a Royal Forest and ancient woodland in Nottinghamshire. Once the ‘Shire Forest’ of Nottinghamshire, it was a royal hunting forest but is now greatly reduced in size, though still covering 423 hectares.
Perhaps Britain’s most famous forest, Sherwood is associated with the legend of the outlaw Robin Hood, who hid out in the woods with his followers. Roughly half a million tourists visit every year and the Robin Hood Festival is held for a week every summer.