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The Woodland Trust has become aware of companies offering photoshoots at Heartwood Forest. It should be noted that any professional photography is not permitted without written consent – this includes commissioned shoots of people or animals and covers all parts of all Woodland Trust sites. Please be aware that Heartwood Forest is private land and that no professional photography is authorised without permission from the landowner.

No permits for photoshoots at Heartwood Forest have been issued to any photographers this year (2019).

Photographers and clients should also be aware that any professional photographers carrying out photoshoots without authorisation on Woodland Trust land are not insured, as photographing without permission on private land invalidates their insurance policies.

Individuals taking photographs for private use are of course permitted to do so.

All visitors are asked to stick to designated paths in the ancient woodland and all dogs must be kept on a lead in the signed areas – specifically in the car park and the field above it and in Langley Wood. This is particularly important at this time of year, as the bluebells start to appear in the ancient woodland.

Thank you.

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The Woodland Trust has become aware of several companies offering photoshoots at Heartwood Forest in/amongst/with a backdrop of bluebells in the ancient woodland. While all visitors are welcome to come and enjoy the bluebell displays at this time of year, any professional photography is not permitted without written consent – this includes commissioned shoots of people or animals. Please be aware that Heartwood Forest is private land and that no professional photography is authorised without permission from the landowner. Individuals taking photographs for private use are of course permitted to do so – all visitors are asked to stick to designated paths to protect the bluebells and all dogs must be kept on a lead in these areas.

 

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