Panshanger Park

Tarmac celebrate Panshanger Park volunteers at Hertfordshire County Show

June 2, 2023
Whilst exhibiting at this year's Hertfordshire County Show, Tarmac took the opportunity to recognise the hard-working Panshanger Park volunteers who work year-round to help make the park a success.
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Going wild for June

May 22, 2023
Spring is well underway now, as young animals are starting to take their first few steps, hops or flaps in the world, and the leaves on the trees are very nearly all out. Panshanger Park is looking particularly vivacious with the fresh, vibrant green that this time of year brings.
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Where to see bluebells in the woods at Panshanger Park

April 18, 2023
As usual the UK weather has been keeping us on our toes with tantalising glimpses of spring sunshine, and then hailstorms and gales! However, our local green spaces are now well on track with the growing season.  
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Longhorn cattle return to Panshanger Park

April 14, 2023
Panshanger’s magnificent herd of English Longhorn cattle have returned to the park.
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Supporting the Queen’s Green Canopy at Panshanger Park

March 30, 2023
Back in 2021, plans were put in place for Panshanger Park to be involved in the Queen’s Green Canopy initiative. As part of this, we pledged to plant 17,000 trees in honour of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. With the project now completed, Michael Charlton, our mineral estates manager,...
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Panshanger Park welcomes Welwyn 10k

March 22, 2023
The 2023 Welwyn 10k run is proudly being hosted by Panshanger Park, in partnership with organisers Garden City Runners (GCR).
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Flowers of spring

March 16, 2023
It feels like the spring weather is keeping us in suspense for the time being, with winter wear still being a central part of the daily wardrobe. However, in our local green spaces, the wildlife has been anticipating the spring and getting ready for it.
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‘Queen’s Wood’ complete thanks to community effort

March 2, 2023
The creation of our new public woodland commemorating the life of Her Majesty has been officially completed, thanks to volunteers from local schools, residents, businesses and community groups.
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Trout and the Winter

February 16, 2023
Wintertime can sometimes feel like a long stretch of radio silence on the wildlife side of things. Thankfully, in the last couple of weeks the daylight is getting noticeably longer, with birds starting to rehearse their Springtime songs and investigate potential nesting sites, and snow drops peeking through the leaf...
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What’s beneath your feet at Panshanger

February 8, 2023
As you’re walking around Panshanger Park, you may be enjoying seeing the wide variety of wildlife that calls it home. You may also be interested in the heritage of the site, seeing relics of such as the orangery and the remains of the house. What you may not have considered...
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