Award for Panshanger wildlife project

PUBLISHED: 08:03 19 March 2017 | UPDATED: 16:18 19 March 2017

Michael Charlton, restoration manager at Tarmac; Lesley Davies, chief executive of Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust; and Jennifer Gilbert, Panshanger Park’s people & wildlife officer.

Michael Charlton, restoration manager at Tarmac; Lesley Davies, chief executive of Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust; and Jennifer Gilbert, Panshanger Park’s people & wildlife officer.

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Panshanger Park on the fringes of Welwyn Garden City has won an award recognising its successful partnership work.

Quarrying company Tarmac, Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust and the Herts Natural History Society were jointly “highly commended” in the Hertfordshire High Sherriff Award scheme.

Lesley Davies, chief executive of the wildlife trust, said: “This award confirms the strength of the partnership we have with Tarmac and the Herts Natural History Society.

“Our teams work hard to make Panshanger Park an exemplary place for wildlife and we love to see how much people have fun visiting and getting involved in the various activities we run here.

“I would like to say a personal thank-you to all the volunteers who help at the park.”


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