Panshanger Park

Panshanger Park celebrates 10-year anniversary

April 2, 2024
One of Hertfordshire’s best loved places, Panshanger Park, is celebrating 10 years since it opened to the public.
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Spring is here!

April 2, 2024
Panshanger Park is 1,000 acres of countryside situated between Welwyn Garden City and Hertford. Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust is working with the park's owners, Tarmac, to manage the park for both people and wildlife.
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The Nature of Panshanger Park

February 27, 2024
Held on 25 February at The Sele School, ‘The Nature of Panshanger Park’ involved an evening of expert delivered talks highlighting the wildlife and habitats of Panshanger Park.
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Local bestselling author, Freya North, supports getting out and active at Panshanger Park

February 19, 2024
Freya North, local Hertfordshire resident and bestselling author, discusses getting out and active in nature, and what she enjoys doing at Panshanger Park.
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Panshanger Park’s Go Challenge!

February 5, 2024
This February, Tarmac’s Panshanger Park is launching a ‘PanshanGo’ campaign, encouraging people to go outdoors, get active and experience nature, to improve mental health and wellbeing.
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From one year to the next

January 17, 2024
The start of a new year can be a time of reflection on the year just past, as well as looking ahead for what’s to come. Now seems a good time to look back at what happened at Panshanger Park in 2023. If you’ve visited the park anytime over the...
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Panshanger Park invites local people who are wild for nature to special event

January 9, 2024
People across Hertfordshire are invited to attend a free event with leading nature experts. Tarmac, the owners of the popular Panshanger Park in the county, is hosting the 'Nature of Panshanger Park' event in Hertford later this month in partnership with Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust. People who are wild...
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Twelve animals of Christmas

December 18, 2023
December is often a month for snuggling up and spending more time inside, sometimes disconnecting us a little from the outside world and our local green spaces. However, December and Christmas have a number of associations with wildlife and nature.
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Welcoming winter’s visitors

November 29, 2023
We are now very much in the midst of autumn, with the autumnal winds whirling the leaves off the trees in a colourful display of orange, reds, yellows and browns.
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Dead wood is dead good

November 2, 2023
Autumn has well and truly arrived despite this year’s late summer heat, with signs of this at the park. The leaves on the trees are showing that greeny-brown hue, and fruiting fungus, most commonly-recognised in the form of a mushroom, can be seen poking through the leaf litter on the...
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