If you're planning a walk around this Christmas why not print out our new Winter Spotting Sheet?
Thousands of people have visited Tarmac’s Panshanger Park so far this year, but last month the park welcomed a very special visitor – a migrating osprey.
We’re trying to find out more about what people think about Panshanger Park and how they might like to see the park enhanced and developed in the future.
Help shape the future of Panshanger Park by completing our online questionnaire.
The opening up of the next phase of the park will be marked by the delivery of a new 2 kilometre long trail.
Scores of people enjoyed the wonderful spring weather at Panshanger Park last week, at a special Easter event organised by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust in partnership with Lafarge Tarmac.
Please note that from Thursday 9th April the grazing field adjacent to Thieves Lane car park will be closed temporarily until Tuesday 14th April.
Lafarge Tarmac, the owners of Panshanger Park and the operators of Panshanger Quarry, has submitted a planning application to Hertfordshire County Council to import inert restoration materials – via a proposed new access road to enhance the restoration of quarry Phases F and H.
The first groups of Hertfordshire children to experience the brand new Panshanger Park Forest School were thoroughly enjoying their outdoor lessons this week.
In December 2014, Lafarge Tarmac opened up another part of Parkshanger Park to the public with a new walk, the ‘Dragonfly and Duck Trail’.