Best answer: What is the UK’s biggest forest?

What is the most forested part of England?

Surrey is the most densely wooded county in England, with more than one-fifth of its land area covered by trees. The south-east corner of Britain has always had more trees than the rest of the UK and has 14.1% woodland, compared with the Yorkshire and Humber area, which has only 6%.

What is the oldest forest in England?

Hatfield Forest, Essex

Among the oldest hunting woodlands in Europe, Hatfield Forest is home to spectacular ancient trees and wildlife.

How many forests are in the UK?

The total certified woodland area in the UK at 31 March 2021 is 1.41 million hectares, including all Forestry England/Forestry and Land Scotland/Welsh Government Woodland Estate/Forest Service woodland. Overall, 44% of the UK woodland area is certified.

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