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The Park

  • Management of the park includes protecting and enhancing ecological features

  • SHEEP are used in areas of the park to maintain grass and reduce our reliance on tractors

  • DEDICATED MEMBERS of the Hatfield Park team continually look at ways in which wildlife can be encouraged into the park

  • LONG GRASS IS ENCOURAGED in areas of the park to attract wildlife

  • WINTER FOOD is put down in areas of the park for birds to feed

  • Trees are subject to regular safety surveys to ensure members can visit safely throughout the year. Some of the veteran trees are over 1000 years old

  • £20k SPENT EACH YEAR surveying the trees within the park to ensure any hazards are fixed

  • £30k SPENT EACH YEAR on boundary fences to secure the park enabling exclusive access for the Friends of the Park all year round

  • GRASS IS MAINTAINED to ensure the Friends of the Park can use walking routes throughout the year, we estimate 3 people tend to the grass 3 days a week 8 months of the year.

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Benefits - Hatfield House

Benefits

  • Woodland Walks & Park:
  • Open wkends in Dec
  • Restaurant:
  • Open wkends in Dec
  • Stable Yard:
  • Please check with retailers
  • West Garden:
  • Closed for this season
  • Hatfield House:
  • Closed for this season
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...