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The Friends of Panshanger Park hold monthly accompanied Walks led by members of the Friends, who will talk about the features of the delightful Humphry Repton landscape and the history of the site, and point out all the many wildlife features.
Walks start at 2 p.m. from Thieves Lane Car Park on the following dates:
Saturday 28th March
Sunday 26th April
Sunday 31st May
Sunday 28th June
If you would like to join one of their Walks, you are asked to let the Friends know in advance by email to:
The Friends of Panshanger Park (the FPP) was formed to ensure that Panshanger Park is restored to its original, historically significant, landscape once the owners (Lafarge Tarmac) have finished their gravel extraction. Privately owned by Lafarge Tarmac, the 1000 acre Panshanger Park estate has been extensively mined for minerals for over 30 years.
Since being formed, the WPAG has been represented on the FPP Committee by WPAG Committee Member Don Street. Don has been working tirelessly with the FPP team, determined to enable open public access to this wonderful Country Park, which is right on our doorstep.
Lets be honest. Most of us have yet to visit Panshanger Country Park.