Sherwood Forest’s history dates back to the Medieval era, when it stretched across thousands of acres of Nottinghamshire and was used as a Royal hunting forest. It became a playground for kings and aristocrats, along with folklore hero Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men.
Today, Sherwood Forest has lost over 90% of its heathland and much of its woodland due to deforestation, but remains a popular destination for both tourists and locals.
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