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Swathes of birch line the path, interspersed with knotted oak trees.Mining was hit hard in Nottinghamshire in the 1980s, and you can still see mournful wheel jennys and winching equipment on the skyline.You may also spot red or fallow deer through the leafless trees.This 11-mile walk starts in the car park of the Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre, at Edwinstowe, 17 miles north of Nottingham.Sherwood is important for its wildlife, and the Sherwood Forest Trust is proud of its custodianship of some of Europe's greatest trees and heathland.
Yet despite this, the forest is a truly outstanding location for a winter's walk, with easily navigable bridleways and well drained footpaths.
In 3000 BC, cork was already being used in fishing tackle in China, Egypt, Babylon and Persia.
In Italy remains dating from the 4th century BC have been found that include artifacts such as floats, stoppers for casks, women’s footwear and roofing materials.
Postern Hill is rich in everything ecological – from grand and ancient trees to a rich array of flora and fauna.
In the summer Postern Hill is a hot spot for bats with one of the largest varieties in the UK.