Welcome back, one step at a time We know how valuable outdoor spaces have been to everyone during the last year. Many of you enjoyed visiting Dalby Forest and our other beautiful woodlands across Yorkshire district. Our sites and key facilities remained open and we are now working to fully reopen safely.
Planning ahead is good As restrictions hopefully ease and the weather improves we expect more visitors at our sites. Visitors need to plan ahead and consider changing plans if sites are already busy. If you can visit during the week or later in the day, it may be more enjoyable for you.
We want our visitors to enjoy a positive and safe experience in the outdoors. This means everyone acting responsibly with parking, litter, fires and protecting wildlife. That way our woodlands can be preserved, protected and enjoyed by generations to come. See forestryengland.uk/visit for more information.
Thanks to our members Local Dalby members were able to visit during the national lockdown but we know for some members it wasn’t possible and we look forward to welcoming you back. While you’ve been away we’ve been working harder than ever to care for the forest you love. Like other businesses coronavirus has reduced our income and we greatly appreciate your support, thank you.
Visitor checklist: ✓ Plan your visit. ✓ Consider visiting at quieter times. ✓ Park responsibly, legally and not blocking gates. ✓ Continue to follow government coronavirus guidance. ✓ Respect our staff, volunteers and other visitors. ✓ Protect wildlife by clearing your litter. ✓ Keep your dog under close control. ✓ Don’t start fires or BBQs. ✓ Stick to marked trails and forest tracks