Forest sell-off: how a private firm runs a wood

Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman's plans to sell off some of England's forests have not proved that popular with the public amid fears of why could happen when private firms take over.

Giles Dilnot reports from a privately-run forest in East Sussex to find out what could happen if these changes went through and spoke to Joanna Yarrow of Wilderness Wood, where 30,000 people pay to visit each year.

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