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    Cannock Chase Forest

    Come to Cannock Forest in Staffordshire! Cannock Forest sits on Cannock Chase, the smallest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on mainland Britain. Cannock Chase is best known for its open heathland and pine forest and its mining and military history which stretches back several hundred years and still effects how the land is managed today.

    Address
    Lady Hill, Birches Valley, Rugeley, Staffordshire
    Cannock
    WS15 2UQ
    England
    Phone
    0300 0680 400
    Directions

    Directions to Cannock Chase Forest
    • 1.5 miles west of the A51, Rugeley, Staffs.
    Postcode: WS15 2UQ
    Car park
    • Sufficient car parking for visitors is
    provided on site. Vehicles should not
    be left overnight in the car parks.
    Public Transport
    • The nearest train station is Rugeley Town
    (Birmingham to Rugeley line), 3 miles away.
    Taxis
    • Taxis collecting concert-goers must be
    on site by 10.45pm. Please book your taxi,
    including the return trip in advance.
    Local taxi companies
    Rugeley
    Kings Travel Taxis 01889 576465
    Tilly's Taxis 01889 585500
    Chase Cars 01889 584545
    60/61 Cars 01889 586061
    50 50 Cars 01889 575050
    Cannock
    Aero's 01543 505050
    M & D Travel 01543 500200
    A & B Taxis 01543 451452
    J & B Travel 07915 614936
    TV Taxis 01543 503503
    5 Star Taxi 01543 495496
    Lichfield
    Dial A Cab 01543 255155
    Burntwood
    G & P Travel 01543 304831
    Wolverhampton
    Premier cars 01902 717777

    Fri 19 Jun 2020 19:30

    Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Forest Live

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    Sat 20 Jun 2020 18:00

    Keane - Forest Live

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    Sun 21 Jun 2020 18:00

    James Morrison and Will Young - Forest Live

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