Despite wet weather, the Festival of Wildlife attracted almost 2,000 people to Panshanger Park, near Hertford, to discover and celebrate wildlife.
We are delighted to confirm that 4.7km of new paths have opened at Panshanger Park, improving access from the south of the park for all visitors, whether on foot, cycle or horse; and providing routes to the historic Cole Green area. The new paths add to the 18km of paths already open to the public across the park.
We are pleased to announce the opening of 4.7km of new paths at Panshanger Park to improve access from the south of the park and provide access to the Cole Green historic landscape.
Tarmac is delighted to announce the arrival of five longhorn calves at Panshanger Park, the first of 16 expected to be born over the coming weeks.
Easter Sunday’s episode of BBC One’s Countryfile came from Panshanger Park, showcasing the abundance of wildlife and the fantastic habitats that have resulted from the restoration work and successful land management at the park.
Join us for the 4th annual Panshanger Park Biodiversity Conference on Thursday 14th March at the University of Hertfordshire to hear updates on the wildlife recording that takes place in the park and how this is helping to conserve the park’s rich biodiversity.
Tarmac is pleased to announce that experienced landscape management company, Maydencroft, has been appointed to help manage Panshanger Park from February 2019. Maydencroft will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the park, providing valuable support to Tarmac and Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.