17 May - Natural History Walk Heartwood Walk

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Take a closer look at your surroundings with this extraordinary step back in time, examining how historical events have shaped the landscape. Join our walk leaders in an incredible snapshot of some of stories behind the geology of Heartwood.

From 380million year old red sandstone to Victorian railroads and beyond, explore the features of the landscape and find out what may be hidden from view but remembered as a part of history.

Place: Heartwood Forest, St Albans, AL4 9DQ

Date: Wednesday 17 May

Time: 10am

Price: £4

Booking: Essential

Parking: Available on site in the main Heartwood Forest car park

Dogs: Allowed but limited to one per person kept on a lead

Access: Entrance gates are wheelchair accessible but paths are unsurfaced and can become muddy or slippery during wet weather.

Extra things to know: Please dress appropriately for the weather and activity, as it may be muddy and cold. Places cost £4 per person, payable in cash on the day (correct change would be advantageous). Unfortunately we cannot take credit/debit card payments at present. Toilets will not be available on the walk. Detailed information about where to meet and what to bring will be provided in the booking confirmation. The session lasts approximately 1.5 hours, and may lead attendees over rough or muddy terrain. Please note that no toilets will be available for the duration of the activity. Dogs are permitted on the walk but limited to one per person kept on a lead. In the event of severe weather, the walk may be cancelled or postponed. For more information, please contact centralevents@woodlandtrust.org.uk or call 0330 333 3300. Office hours 8.30am - 5pm Monday - Friday

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