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The previous section provided information on visits to all woodlands (regardless of ownership), based on data from household surveys. This section provides information on visits to Forestry England/ Forestry and Land Scotland/ Natural Resources Wales/ Forest Service woodland only, based on data from on-site surveys and administrative sources.
The information provided in this section covers:
Further information on these and other sources of on-site visit data are available from the Sources chapter and from the recreation statistics web pages at www.forestresearch.gov.uk/tools-and-resources/statistics/statistics-by-topic/recreation-statistics/.
Sources chapter: Social
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