Tens of thousands of deer could be culled to try to protect our woodlands. Experts from the University of East Anglia say Britain's deer population has got out of hand - endangering biodiversity, and even lives.
Thetford Forest will not be sold off and will be protected for future generations as the government has announced a new public body will be created to look after the country's forests.
The independent body will own and maintain the forest and work with local groups to encourage people to get involved in managing the woodland.
The new group will also work with landowners to make sure it's sustainably managed. The announcement comes after the government originally suggested it wanted to sell the forests off.
Thetford Forest looking stunning in the snow. These pictures were taken by Linda Jolley from Brandon in Suffolk
Paloma Faith has announced that she will play Thetford Forest as part of the ForestryCommission’s Forest Live concert series.
Friday 14th June will see the singer perform hits such as 'Stone Cold Sober' and 'New York'. She's just been nominated for two Brit awards - Best Album and Best British Female.
Other acts confirmed to play Thetford Forest this summer include Blondie, The Script and Paul Weller.
Thetford Forest will play host to Blondie next year as the band plays a gig as part of the Forest Live series of concerts.
The group, which emerged from New York's new wave scene and produced such hits as Heart of Glass, Sunday Girl and Atomic, will be supported by the Lightning Seeds.
Tickets go on sale on 7th December. Blondie will play Thetford Forest on Saturday15th June 2013.
Anglia Tonight's Ross Hutchinson interviews Brit award winner Ed Sheeran just hours before his Thetford Forest concert.
A year ago, Suffolk singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran was a virtual unknown, now he has a string of hits, is a Brit award winner and tonight he headlines an open air concert at Thetford Forest.
Exactly 12 months ago, the Lego House singer, gave this interview to Anglia Tonight's Becky Jago.