20 July - 15 September 2019
In September 1919 the Forestry Commission was founded to restore the nation’s woods and forests following the First World War, and the passing of the Forestry Act. The Commission is now England’s largest landowner and look looking after 1,500 forests and delivers internationally renowned research in sustainable forestry and helps other landowners make their woodlands more productive, better for wildlife, and prepared for the challenges of a changing climate.
5 October - 3 November 2019
This year’s exhibition features the work of Margaret Fairhead RBSA, a textile artist who specialises in machine embroidery and Lynn Jeffery RBSA who works with print and photography.