7059 hectares of new forest created and over 8.5 million trees planted.
Forest cover has increased from 6 to 20% across the 200 square miles.
There are 7.8 million visitors annually, generating £373 million into the local economy.
516,473 children have enjoyed environmental education sessions.
292,000 people have taken part in forest related events.
Over 2200 hectares of habitats important for wildlife have been created or brought back into management.
60 miles of new hedgerows have been planted and over 150 new wildlife ponds have been created.
Over 45 new sport and recreation facilities and 102km of new cycle ways have been created.