Join us on Sunday 26th June for a charity walk in the park organised by the Rotary Club of Hertford with support from Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust and Tarmac.
Participants can choose from a shorter, family-friendly route of 1 mile or a slightly longer 3-mile route to stretch your legs.
Jo Whitaker, people and wildlife officer at Panshanger Park, said: “The event will be a great opportunity for people to spend time outdoors in nature whilst raising money for a charity of their choice.
“After the event there’ll be opportunities to learn more about the wildlife of Hertfordshire with local conservation groups on hand as well as children’s activities, face painting and refreshments.
“Everyone at the park is really looking forward to the event and getting people together for what we hope will be a great day.”
Pam Caddow, from Hertford Rotary Club, said: “During covid-19 many charities struggled to fund raise. Hertford Rotary Club sought a way to support local residents to raise money for charities of their own choice. We hope you will be able to do this at this walk in beautiful Panshanger Park.”
The event starts at 10am but routes can be walked any time before 4pm. The 1-mile route is suitable for pushchairs and will have a children’s trail. Dogs welcome on both routes and there will be toilet facilities available on site.
To book please visit: www.hertswildlifetrust.org.uk/events/2022-06-26-charity-walk-panshanger-park
Any remaining funds from the registration fee will be split equally between the Rotary Club of Hertford and Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.
If you would like to raise funds for Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, please register at Just Giving.