• Welcome to the beautiful Wyre Forest!

    Welcome to the beautiful Wyre Forest!

    This stunning forest spans 6000 acres and is one of the most important ancient woodlands in the country. 

    Find out more about the forest
  • The area

    The area

    The area itself is rich in culture with historic towns and villages such as Bewdley, Cleobury Mortimer and Bridgnorth.

    The Severn Valley railway runs from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth and takes you back in time to the golden age of steam. There's no shortage of places to visit with local castles, museums and some superb places to eat in the area. There’s plenty to explore!

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  • Great days out for the family!

    Great days out for the family!

    The Wyre Forest Discovery Centre at Callow Hill is a great place to take the kids. There are always lots of activities to get involved in, whatever the weather. They have a well equipped indoor classroom for those rainy days and don't forget "Go Ape!" For a list of what's on at the centre, have a look at their website. www.forestry.gov.uk/wyreforest

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  • The Wyre Forest Discovery Centre

    The Wyre Forest Discovery Centre

    The Wyre is a great place for children to get out and about and learn about the natural environment. The Discovery Centre run a wide range of programmes for schools which enhance the National Curriculum, and a range of fun activities for children and families all in a safe and fun learning environment. For more details call 01299 266929.

    Contact info
  • Volunteering


    Make a real difference to the Wyre Forest and become a volunteer! Volunteering is a great way to get outdoors, meet like-minded people and make a change to our environment. See our "Getting Involved" section for more details.

    Get involved
  • Wyre Forest Woodfuel

    Wyre Forest Woodfuel

    For information about buying local woodfuel from the Wyre Forest and to learn how to use it efficiently and effectively, contact Wyre Forest Woodfuel.

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Wyre Forest Landscape Partnership

Caring, managing and maintaining our Forest for all to enjoy.

Hello we are the Wyre Forest Landscape Partnership

The Wyre Forest Landscape Partnership is a body set up to help look after the largest contiguous area of ancient woodlands in England. We want to ensure that we keep Wyre as a special place for our wildlife and for people particularly by finding new ways to use the timber it grows within our local economy and community

The Wyre Forest Landscape Partnership is made up of private, public, community and voluntary bodies covering the nine Forest parishes within and surrounding this stunning six thousand acre ancient woodland.

The partnership is working to:

  • Conserve and restore the built and natural heritage;
  • Create a sustainable future for the forest;
  • Encourage more people to enjoy, learn about and take part in their landscape;
  • Promote sustainable, profitable forestry which can support the needs of our society and community;
  • Evolve plans across the whole forest area for wildlife, conservation, recreation, tourism and heritage;
  • Restore the forest's links to the local economy and community.

John Ruskin was given a piece of the Wyre Forest which he had a vision for. This area of the Forest is still called Ruskinland and owned today by the charity he established, The Guild Of St George who sit on our Partnership. 

It is our hope that the Wyre Forest can continue to be, in the words of John Ruskin, a ‘beautiful, peaceful, and fruitful' place.

About the Wyre Forest


About the Wyre Forest

About the Wyre Forest  

Download a pocket size map guide and as one of England’s really special places, a unique area of exceptional beauty, rich wildlife and deep history. Includes an insight into our Strategy Consulation.


Wyre Questionnaire 

Please let us know what you think about the future and it's future by filling in our questionnaire.

Main Features

Management Strategy

Tim Selman has been appointed to come up with a landscape management strategy for the Wyre Forest.

We need your views

We'd love you to get in touch and let us know your views on the work we are doing.


Keep up to date with the latest events coming up in the Wyre Forest.

WFLP Partnership

Find out more about us and how we plan on developing and sustaining this stunning area of woodland .

Our Partners

  • Butterfly Conservation
  • Bewdley Development Trust
  • Forestry Commission England
  • Natural England
  • Guild of St George
  • Wyre Community Land Trust
  • Wyre Forest NNR