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Located an easy train ride southwest of London, the landscape of the New Forest has remained virtually unchanged since 1079 when William The Conqueror named the area his ‘new hunting forest'. The ancient system he established to protect and manage the woodlands and wilderness heaths is still in place today through the efforts of Verderers, Agisters and Commoners - literally the judges, stockmen and land users of the Forest.
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