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What’s that I hear?

March 16, 2022
The days are noticeably longer, the sun has been shining and there’s even been a bit of warmth around that has got us considering unzipping our winter coats. Spring is just around the corner!
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Search dog teams train at Panshanger

February 23, 2022
Tails are wagging as Search Dogs Buckinghamshire start a new training season for their search and rescue dogs at Panshanger Park.  
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Is it Spring yet?

February 16, 2022
We’re now well into February and the year seems to be setting off at a rather a speedy trot! The wildlife at Panshanger Park has certainly taken note of this and is preparing itself for the coming Spring.
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Fall in love all over again with Panshanger Park on Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2022
We celebrate Valentine’s Day this year by transporting you to a world within a world, a place loved by visitors of all ages who find solace in its sensational sights and striking surroundings.
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A new year at Panshanger Park

January 20, 2022
Christmas now might be starting to feel a distant memory and with January well under way, it may seem like the wintry weather is settled in for a few more months.
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Winter works for wildlife

December 17, 2021
t’s the most wonderful time of the year! Twinkly lights, cozy jumpers and that festive feeling- December brings it all. It also brings great opportunities to get stuck into some conservation work to improve habitats, taking advantage of the quieter wildlife months outside the breeding season as the wildlife has...
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A river runs through it – how Panshanger Park is playing its part in protecting and promoting chalk streams

December 10, 2021
Panshanger Park was at the hub of conservation and political planning when Environment Minister Rebecca Pow visited the park following the launch of the government’s new strategy to protect the nation’s chalk streams at the nearby Tewinbury Nature Reserve.
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Age is not necessarily a sign of diminishing life for grand old veterans of Panshanger Park

December 2, 2021
Panshanger Park, the Tarmac-owned former quarry and now popular country park and nature reserve, boasts more than 800 ‘veteran’ trees that are, in-turn, home to hundreds of species of wildlife ranging from microscopic insects to animals, like bats and birds.
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Welcoming back the winter wildfowl visitors

November 17, 2021
The weather is still fairly mild at the moment and we’ve yet to really see any frosts this season, but at Panshanger Park there are other indications that we are moving towards winter.
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Missing person found safely at Panshanger Park as ‘mock’ emergency team springs into action

October 21, 2021
Panshanger Park played a major role in a missing person rescue operation which saw the Midshires Search and Rescue services scouring the Hertfordshire beauty spot.
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