Despite the wet weather, the Festival of Wildlife attracted almost 2,000 people to Panshanger Park to discover and celebrate wildlife.
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A pair of hobbies have successfully bred at Panshanger Park
Over 1,200 people came together on Saturday 27th July to celebrate the wildlife of Hertfordshire and Middlesex.
Breeding pairs of little ringed plovers, rare wading birds, have been sighted at Amwell Nature Reserve and Panshanger Park.
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust regretfully announce that Panshanger Park Forest School will close in July.
Panshanger Park’s Forest School has earned the bronze level in Ambition’s Quality Mark, proving its excellent standards of outdoor learning to young people in Hertfordshire.
Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, in partnership with Tarmac, has appointed Murray Brown to help the local community get the most out of Panshanger Park’s special landscape and its wildlife.
In 2015 a planning application for the A120 bypass at Little Hadham became the catalyst for a major new project to find out more about our elusive, local barbastelle bat population and take action…
Panshanger Park has been awarded the prestigious Cooper-Heyman Cup at the Mineral Product Association’s (MPA) Restoration & Biodiversity Awards. The award recognises the outstanding quality of…