Contact the Forestry Commission by telephone at their Bristol headquarters on 0300 067 4000, or email them at: email@example.com
You maye need to contact the Forestry Commission if you notice harm or anything untoward in a protected section of forest in the UK, they will then contact the local forest ranger who will be able to investigate.
Forestry Commission Regional Contact Details
South West England
The Forestry Commission’s South East regional branch is located in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, you can contact them by phoning 0300 067 4600, or you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also contact the Forestry Commission at their Alice Holt Visitor Centre by phone on 0300 067 4622.
The Southern regional area of the Forestry Commission also employ an educational director called Heather Pettitt, who you can contact on 0300 067 4448. Or contact the learning team directly on 0300 067 4446.
For events permit contact the Recreation Administration officer on either 0300 067 4640, or 0300 067 4645.
South East and London
Get in touch with the South East and London regional office of the Forestry commission by using your preferred contact method, below
Telephone – 0300 067 4420
Email – email@example.com
Postal Address – Forestry Commission, South East and London Area Office, Bucks Horn Oak, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 4LS
Yorkshire and North East
Contact the North East regional Forestry Commission team on 0300 067 4300, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the postal address, below:
Yorkshire Forest District
North West & West Midlands
The general enquiries contact number for the North West & Midlands Forestry Commission head office is 0300 067 4190, or you could choose to email them on email@example.com. Or if you prefer snail mail:
North West & West Midlands Area Office
Penrith 40 Business Park
East and East Midlands Area
Contact this Forestry Commission regional office on 0300 067 4567. Or alternatively use one of the following addresses:
Postal: Forestry Commission, Santon Downham, Brandon, Suffolk, IP27 0TJ
Forestry Commission Discovery Pass
If you live near a forest of wooded area that is under the jurisdiction of the Forestry Commission then you may choose to purchase a Discovery Pass which will qualify you for a wide range of benefits and savings whilst providing you the satisfaction that you are doing your bit to protect a nearby corner of our country’s green and forested land. The benefits include free parking at your local forest, discounts on Forestry Commission Holidays and discounts on products such as Paramo Clothing. Discovery Passes can be purchased on the forestry.gov.uk website. This site also gives a full list and description of all the local parks and forests where this deal can be used plus a full overview of all the benefits of buying your Discover Pass.
If you would like to contact the Forestry Commission concerning this offer then phone them on 0300 068 0400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org