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Just a reminder that this Saturday we have the Heartwood Summer Festival, here at Heartwood Forest.

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There are all sorts of activities, from axe throwing to yoga! The fun starts at 11am. Other timings are in the programme below.

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The location of the festival within Heartwood Forest has changed – it is just off the all-ability route, at the top of the hill above the main car park.

 

 

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The Heartwood Summer Festival is on Saturday 8th July at Heartwood Forest, between 11am and 4pm.

2017 festival poster

Why not come along and bring the family – there are activities for all ages, including minibeast hunts, a yoga session, guided walks, woodland crafts, face painting and axe throwing!

Entry costs £1 on the day.

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Do you fancy a 5k walk at Heartwood, raising money for Glendee Dog Rescue and the Woodland Trust? Details are below.Glendee Walk Dec

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Dog Day Poster

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There has been a report of a strange colour in the water of the pond at the top of the hill, by Well Wood. As a result of this, the following poster has been put up on site.

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A new dog poo bin has been installed at Heartwood Forest, on the main bridleway just above Langley Wood. We know a few people have spotted it, but thought we ought to tell you that it is there!

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We know that the bins are well used! They are now emptied twice a week. Thank you to all of you who help us to keep Heartwood Forest looking at its best by making use of them!

Have you seen our Code of Conduct? It was created in order to make sure that all visitors to Heartwood Forest work together so that we can all enjoy the site. There should be copies available in the leaflet dispenser in the car park.

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We ask cyclists and horseriders to stick to the designated bridleways and cycle routes, and not to go into the areas of ancient woodland. We also ask dog walkers not to walk more than 4 dogs at a time, and to ensure that their dogs are kept on a lead in the lower field by the car park. These requests are for safety and conservation reasons as we want to make sure that everybody is kept safe and happy – and that includes Heartwood itself!

 

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Even if Heartwood isn’t on your usual dog walking route you can get involved in this 5km sponsored walk on Sunday 21st December. Organised and led by St Albans Dog Services this events will be a lot of fun whilst raising money for hard working charities (human and canine Santa outfit optional!).

Find all the details you’ll need on the poster below.

Sponsored dog walk Dec 2014

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