Please join us to welcome our latest sculptures ‘Meander’ by Kristina Veasey and ‘Gathering’ by Julian Wild to the Trail at a free celebratory event on Saturday 10 June from 12pm – 3pm.
Kicking off the celebrations are local brass band Forest of Dean Brass who will be playing from 12-1pm next to ‘Meander’ and then join us as we walk up to the site of our newest sculpture ‘Gathering’.
Saturday 10 June
12pm – 3pm
The event will start at Beechenhurst and end at Speech House Woodland.
The Speech House Woodlands car park allows closer access to Gathering whereas Meander is easiest to reach via the main Beechenhurst site.
How to find the new sculptures:
Find Meander at the what3words location ///letters.wept.fallback
Find Gathering at the what3words location ///sports.loaded.unicorns
Download our updated Sculpture Trail map before visiting or pick one up from the Beechenhurst cafe for £1
Forestry England operate a pay-for-parking car park, toilet facilities, a cafe and picnic areas at Beechenhurst. Beechenhurst is on a direct bus route from Gloucester as well as part of The Robin local bus service route. To plan your visit, go to Forestry England’s Beechenhurst webpage.