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This year’s Heartwood Festival is on Saturday 7th July, between 11am and 4pm.

Why not come along to explore the Wildlife Zone and Wood Zone, join in with a yoga or meditation session and have a go at all the craft activities?

The dog show is always popular – could yours be the winner? How fast can your dog go down the bale run?

You can enter the Heartwood Bake-Off with your decorated cake and bring your teddy along to the Teddy Bear’s Picnic.

More details will follow soon, but in the meantime, make sure that you save the date!

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On Sunday 25th March the final tree is being planted at Heartwood Forest. Why not come along to the celebration of 10 years hard work that has gone into creating this wonderful forest? There will be various things going on including an exhibition to celebrate the creation of Heartwood and the opportunity to witness the planting of the final tree.

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On Wednesday 27th December, the annual Wick Wood Santa Hunt takes place at Wick Wood on Marshals Drive, St Albans. (Please note, this does NOT take place at Heartwood Forest.)

Time: 10am – noon.

Event: Woodland Trust Santa Hunt – collect 5 different tokens scattered through the woods and exchange them for a modest chocky treat.

Suitable for: toddlers to early teens, dress for muddy paths.

Where: Wick Wood, Marshals Drive, St Albans, AL1 4RE.

Entry: 50 pence – all proceeds go to the Woodland Trust.

More info: Pam Farley 01727 86487

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Pack a picnic, a mat, some games and sun cream, and bring your picnic along together with your friends and family to invite a tree to tea.

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You can also sign up and collect your FREE ‘Take a Tree to Tea Fundraising Pack’.

Please note, booking is essential at Tring Park, but not at Heartwood Forest.

Food and drink will NOT be available on site, so please bring your own.

 

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If you fancy a day out somewhere completely different to Heartwood Forest, why not visit Tring Park for the Family Festival? Tring Park is just behind the Natural History Museum in Tring, and shares a car park with the museum. It’s a stunning site, managed by the Woodland Trust, with open, rolling grassland (with grazing cows) and beautiful woodland walks too.

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