Posts Tagged ‘Tring Park’

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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If you are looking for something different to do at half term, why not head over to Tring Park for their lantern event? Tring Park is a lovely Woodland Trust site just behind the Natural History Museum in Tring. Please note, booking is ESSENTIAL as places are limited. Details of how to book etc are on the poster below.

Tring Park Lantern poster

Just a reminder that this is at Tring Park, NOT at Heartwood Forest.

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If you fancy a day out at a different Woodland Trust site, why not head over to Tring Park on Sunday 5th July for a family festival?  There are all sorts of activities, from a bake-off to a dog show, horse-drawn carriage rides and storytelling.

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Please note that there is limited parking in the Hastoe Lane and Natural History Museum car parks, but there is plenty in the town and the event will be signed from the High Street.

Access via the main entrance is not suitable for wheelchairs and buggies as it involves steps to the bridge and a kissing gate.

For further information about the event, please contact tringpark@woodlandtrust.org.uk.

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There is not going to be a Lantern Festival at Heartwood Forest this year, but there is one at Tring Park instead. This is a completely different site to Heartwood, with expanses of open grassland and well-established woodland around it. It is also just a short walk away from the Natural History Museum at Tring.

http://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/news/events/tring-lantern-festival/ – Have a look here for more details. Booking is essential for the event.

Tring Park is also a great place to go at this time of year if you want to see some Autumn colour in the trees!




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