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Heartwood events

If you want to find out what is going on at Heartwood Forest this year, the leaflet on the link below gives you the information you need.

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There are wildlife and photography walks, the Summer Festival, tree planting and the Final Tree Ceremony – and Heartwood’s first Nature Detectives Live event.

Please note that booking is required for some of the events – details are in the leaflet. Booking may not be available yet for some of the walks, but will be open within the next few weeks.

 

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There are various guided walks being organised at Heartwood Forest this year. The first two are detailed below and others will follow.

Please note that booking is essential as the places are limited.

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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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The work on the car park and entrance track at Heartwood Forest is complete and the car park is now open again.

There is some tidying up to be done by the workforce but this will not affect general use and will be done while the car park is open.

Opening times are currently 8am to 5pm.

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A huge “Thank You” to all those who came to join in the community planting event at Heartwood Forest yesterday!

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749 people came along – and managed to plant 6000 trees!

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This brings the total number of trees planted at Heartwood so far this season to 23,500!

Well done – and thank you again – to everybody involved!

 

 

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Summer must be on its way (we hope!) as the date is set for the start of this Summer’s Woodland Yoga sessions. They will be on Monday evenings (6:30pm) and on Saturday mornings (10am) at Heartwood Forest. The first session is on Monday 25th April.

Whether you enjoy regular yoga classes or you are a complete beginner, why not come along and give it a go? It’s a wonderful way to relax in beautiful surroundings.

Contact details are on the poster below.

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Bluebells are starting to appear at Heartwood, but don’t rush up there yet!

I was there yesterday and there are definitely plenty of bluebell plants, but only a few are flowering at the moment. It all looks very promising, though.

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If you look carefully you will spot the occasional one or two plants in flower, but they are few and far between.

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If you do go into the woods, please stick to the existing paths. There are plenty of them and it is really sad to see bluebells being crushed under foot. Please also remember to encourage children to respect the flowers and not to pick them. That way we can all enjoy them for even longer.

Watch this space for updates!

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