The Ashdown Forest, internationally famous for the links to Winnie the Pooh, rises to 223 metres above sea level, with the heathy centre rimmed by patches of woodland. The trees make up less than 40% of the total area of the Forest, it was named for its use as a hunting forest. In the past the Forest area had many activities going on, very different to the tourism and recreation of today. The gorse and bracken were sources of fuel, and there was iron smelting and of course the hunting. There are still ancient boundary banks within the wooded areas.
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