Panshanger Park has launched a new ‘Code of Conduct’ to enhance visitors’ enjoyment when visiting the park.
The new guide covers everything visitors need to know, including the rules around dogs, cycling, horses and fishing, along with general guidance for everyone to follow.
Michael Charlton, estates manager for Tarmac said: “Over the past year we have seen a huge increase to visitors to the park, so it felt like the right time to launch the new code of conduct.
“Although Panshanger Park is open to the public, it is a privately owned park, so we ask all visitors to be mindful of the rules and treat the park with the respect that it deserves.”
Jez Perkins, estates manager for Maydencroft who manage the park on behalf of Tarmac said: “The ranger team at the park are very happy to see the new code of conduct being introduced. We try our best to make the park a clean, safe and well-maintained place to visit but we need visitors to do their bit as well which is why we are introducing the new code of conduct.”
Jo Whitaker, Panshanger Park People and Wildlife Officer, added: “We want everyone to be able to come and enjoy the park, but it’s important that we respect the wildlife here and do all we can to protect it.
“The new guidelines have been put in place with this as the main focus and we ask that everyone respects this and does what they can to make visiting the park an enjoyable experience for everyone.”
Information boards have been placed around the park detailing the new ‘Code of Conduct’ or visitors can pick up a leaflet with all the information from our park ranger team. The new guidelines are also available to view on the Panshanger Park website.