Over 1,200 people came together on Saturday to celebrate the wildlife of Hertfordshire and Middlesex. Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, in partnership with Tarmac and in association with The Hertfordshire Natural History Society, held the Festival of Wildlife at Panshanger Park near Hertford. Sadly, due to high winds forecast on the Sunday, the second day of the festival had to be cancelled for safety reasons.
Last weekend saw the first in a series of four horse ‘park and ride’ events this summer, designed to make it easier for horse riders to enjoy Panshanger Park.
Visitors to the Hertfordshire County Show this weekend can look forward to a series of talks hosted by Tarmac.
Join us at the University of Hertfordshire for the third Panshanger Park biodiversity conference to listen to a series of talks by experts.
Plans to make this summer’s event even bigger.
Just over a week ago, a dog attacked sheep in the field south of the River Mimram in Panshanger Park. The incident happened in a part of the park which is not open to the public, where pregnant ewes are being kept in the lead up to lambing season.
Tarmac is reminding visitors to the country park at Panshanger that areas are still active and await restoration and therefore not safe for the public to access.
As the Tarmac office wound down for Christmas, we hosted our annual Christmas celebration and volunteer thank you.