Since its launch in 2012 the New Forest Remembers portal has had over 70,000 people from around the world visit the site. To date over 400 articles have been added to the portal, covering a huge range of material from both wars thanks to the community helping to add layers of additional information to contemporary images and surviving archaeological sites. It has been a huge success thanks to the support of its community of users and we now want to take this project even further.
As well as providing access to information, New Forest Knowledge is a community portal where individuals and groups of all abilities and interests can add their own research, articles and photographs to expand our New Forest story. All the articles from the New Forest Remembers portal have been added to the new site and are still linked to the person or group who uploaded them originally.
How to find us after the move
To find the New Forest Remembers information visit the new site at www.nfknowledge.org. The original New Forest Remembers web address (newforestheritage.org) will be re-directed to New Forest Remembers during 2018.
- In the top menu select ‘Sources’ and then from the list of ‘Data Sources’ that appear select ‘New Forest Remembers’.
To continue being a user
If you are a registered user on the New Forest Remembers portal you can continue to be one on the New Forest Knowledge site. Here's a guide.
- In the top menu select or hover over the ‘person icon’ and you will see the option to ‘Log In’.
- On the Log In page select ‘Lost Password’ and when prompted enter your original email (the one you used to log in to the New Forest Remembers portal) and follow the steps.