Sherwood Forest gets a Robin Hood inspired facelift

Sheffield-based studio Cafeteria has rebranded the forest to coincide with the opening of its new visitor centre, adding a modern twist to the home of the famous folklore tale

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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