Panshanger Park



Welcome to Panshanger Park


Panshanger Park is 400 hectares of stunning Hertfordshire countryside and is a haven for both people and wildlife.


Tarmac COVID-19 update

Nature migrations

September 15, 2021
As the summer draws to a close and autumn starts to creep in we may be starting to feel energy levels ebbing and a little...
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Tarmac announces new parkland management plan for Panshanger Park

September 6, 2021
Tarmac is pleased to announce the development of a new parkland management plan for Panshanger Park.
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Welcome return of parkrun at Panshanger Park

August 23, 2021
Panshanger Park is pleased to welcome back parkrun to the park after an extended break.
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Looking after the River Mimram

August 19, 2021
As the summer draws on we have been experiencing the varied great British summertime weather at its best! Panshanger Park is still staying busy through...
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Thieves Lane Car Park Update

August 5, 2021
Following the successful recruitment of two assistant park rangers, the parking charge at Thieves Lane car park will now be in place seven days a...
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Wild at Panshanger Park

July 21, 2021
As summer marches on, strawberries and cream featuring heavily, some sporting events having finished (but we won’t dwell on that!) and others starting, we are...
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Parking charge introduced at Thieves Lane Car Park

July 12, 2021
Plans for making Panshanger Park a sustainable country park and nature reserve are coming into fruition, with the recruitment of two assistant park rangers to...
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Getting wild at Panshanger Park

June 16, 2021
June this year has been made all the more exciting by the rather late arrival of Spring combined with some overdue warmth and sunshine! June...
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Return of Panshanger Park’s conservation stars

June 2, 2021
Panshanger Park’s magnificent herd of English Longhorn Cattle will soon be returning to the site. English Longhorns are one of the most majestic of our...
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The River Mimram and Panshanger Park

May 19, 2021
The River Mimram is a chalk river, so named because most of the water in the river comes from springs flowing from the underground chalk...
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Home to many species of breeding and wintering birds



Home to 18 species of dragonfly and damselfly