The New Forest Heritage Centre in Lyndhurst has published a new book: a souvenir guide to the New Forest. This 36 page book, selling at £5, describes the beautiful landscape and traditions of the Forest, as well as discussing the extraordinary flora and fauna, ecosystems, environment, people and society. The book, authored by Dr Katharine Walker attempts to set the scene for a visit to the Forest, as well as covering a range of behavioural messages and details of places to visit and where to look for further information.
Giles Gould, Centre Manager says “The New Forest Heritage Centre is delighted to provide a simple yet informative guide to the New Forest for both locals and visitors to the area. We hope to get across the message that the New Forest is a truly special place, and that it can be enjoyed in a way that preserves this amazing area for the future.”
Kath Walker was “delighted to be able to bring together some of the key information about the New Forest, and highlight lesser known topics, for instance the stunning coast, and the industrial history”.
The book is published in association with Pitkin Publishing, and is available to buy from the New Forest Heritage Centre. It is hoped that other local outlets will stock it, and anyone interested should contact Giles at the Centre, email@example.com
Notes to Editor:
‘The New Forest – A Souvenir Guide’ is available to purchase for £5 from the New Forest Heritage Centre gift shop in Lyndhurst.
ISBN number 978-1-84165-911-4.
Email office at – firstname.lastname@example.org
Or telephone the office on – 023 8028 3444
Entry to the New Forest Heritage Centre is free, donations welcome.
Images: Front cover of ‘The New Forest ‘ A Souvenir Guide’
About the New Forest Heritage Centre
The New Forest Heritage Centre is a museum, reference library and art gallery conveniently located in Lyndhurst. The New Forest Heritage Centre aims to inspire its visitors to celebrate and conserve the New Forest. It does this by collecting, conserving and interpreting its collections and by providing educational activities and information to a broad range of audiences. In doing so, it acts in ways that are ethical, ecologically sensitive and intellectually accessible and affordable. It is owned and run by the New Forest Heritage Trust (reg. charity no: 1186656).
See our website: www.newforestheritage.org.uk