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Objective 3

Objective 3

Objective 3: Reduce the barriers that limit participation in beneficial outdoor recreation among those who need it most.


Wild Play sites have been established in Holbury, Sway and Ashurst.

The National Park Authority now has an education and youth team and will resume work with National Citizenship Service, Princes Trust and its Youth Action Project with multiple partners.

Forestry England has engaged with Duke of Edinburgh Award groups to reduce impacts and increase learning.

A New Forest Nature Health Network has been established with Bournemouth University and Public Health England.

The New Forest Access Forum prioritises accessibility as one of its three main goals

PEDALL (an inclusive cycling project) has new funding for staff costs, bikes and to establish a new base at Ashurst, as well as its current location at Forestry England’s Burley Yard.


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