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25th November, 2020

DEER PARK TREE GUARDS

The Parks team have been improving our tree protection within the deer park to ensure they are able to develop to there full...
10th November, 2020

River Lea, Hatfield Park

The Lea rises from the chalk aquifer at Leagrave in the Chiltern hills north of Luton and flows through Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and North...
31st October, 2020

Holy Communion From The Chapel At Hatfield House

Join Father Paul each Sunday from 8:30am for Holy Communion from The Chapel in Hatfield House Please CLICK HERE. *** Before arriving at Hatfield,...
8th October, 2020

PUMPKINS FOR THE FOOD BANK

Our Gardens team have been busy harvesting the pumpkins which have been growing in our vegetable patch and are now basking in the...
6th October, 2020

SOWING ACORNS

Today the Park & Gardens team have been sowing the acorns collected from the Veteran Oak trees. These have been planted in rows...
6th August, 2020

HATFIELD HOUSE VOLUNTEERS

Our wonderful volunteers have been back supporting our work for the last six weeks now and it is lovely having them back. Things have...
4th August, 2020

WEIR MAINTENANCE

The Parks team have been hard at work removing branches and Bur Reed to allow flow across the entire weir. It was a...
3rd August, 2020

SPRING BARLEY HARVEST

Fields of Spring Barley are nearly ready for harvest. We are hoping the crop quality will be good enough for the grain to...
4th July, 2020

Feathered Residents at Hatfield House

Introducing Peter, one of our knowledgeable volunteers. He is leading a survey of our feathered residents and holds a British Trust for Ornithology...
29th June, 2020

TUDOR LEGACIES- MEET THE SIX WIVES OF HENRY VIII

We are looking forward to welcoming back the Tudor Legacies- a living history group of Tudor enthusiasts. Visitors will have the exciting opportunity...
5th February, 2020

The Archive Team visiting The Lost Dress

Last week our Archive and Collections team visited Hampton Court Palace. The Rainbow Portrait which usually faces the entrance to the Marble Hall...
16th December, 2019

Behind The Scenes at Hatfield | Castle Avenue

Last week, Andrew Turvey Head of Park & Gardens, with a team of trusted volunteers from the local community were hard at work...
10th September, 2019

Conservation and traditional building courses

We are delighted to co-hosting a number of conservation and traditional building courses with Place Services and Essex County Council. We have long...
1st September, 2019

Maintaining the Flower Beds at Hatfield Railway Station

For the past three years the gardening team at Hatfield House, with the support of Lady Salisbury have proudly maintained the flower beds...
14th August, 2019

Results from the Salisbury Square Exhibition

Thank you to the 137 members of the Old Hatfield community who attended the Salisbury Square Exhibition and took part in our survey....
18th April, 2019

Updates on the regeneration of Old Hatfield

It is ten years since the original Old Hatfield charrette. A number of development projects and general enhancements have been successfully delivered. The...
27th February, 2019

The Game Fair and Capel Manor College announce exciting garden plans

Hatfield are proud to announce that plans are in place to create the world’s largest show garden for The Game Fair at Hatfield...
26th February, 2019

St Etheldreda’s community garden day

On Monday 25th of February seven members of Hatfield House Park and Garden team assisted St. Etheldreda’s in tidying up the church garden,...
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An exciting day as the first Friends of Hatfield Park membership cards are sent out… - Hatfield House

An exciting day as the first Friends of Hatfield Park membership cards are sent out…

We have been delighted to see so many local residents quick of the mark to join the...