The Friends have started a project to clear the overgrown footpath from Hertingfordbury to the Eastern end of the Park. A distance of 1/4 mile.  The Path goes underneath the A414 adjacent to the Mimram and needs to be cleared of deep silt and debris. The Friends are working with the Environment Agency, Highways and others to arrange for clearing of the River and a more suitable rivedbed to be created. Once finished the footpath will be an fabulous entry point into Panshanger Park beside its Eastern lakes. Ideal for local residents and visitors accessing from the village of Hertingfordbury.

Below are a few pictures taken from our last volunteer work party, well done to all those involved:

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Our work will continue in January and on throughout 2014.

Heritage Walks 2017

Why not join one of our free heritage walks? Enjoy a pleasant stroll through this delightful Humphry Repton landscape and learn something of the history of Panshanger Park.
Walks are led by members of the Friends and start at 2pm at Thieves Lane car park. Our next walks are on:

Sunday 30th April 2017
Sunday 28th May 2017
Sunday 25th June 2017
Sunday 24th September 2017

The walks are 3½ miles (6km) long, taking in the Panshanger Oak and last 2 / 2½ hours.

If you would like to join us please email or fill out the form on the contact/join section on the main menu above.

Have you seen the parkrun Facebook page? Click here to take a look.