Heron Watch On Now!

Come and view the herons from our outdoor terrace at the Herons' View Visitor Centre from February to June as they lay their eggs and raise their young.Read more

Greensand Trust Talk: Wild Orchids CANCELLED

Sadly we've had to cancel this event due to low numbers booking on - this is such a shame. all orders have been refunded. Apologies for any inconvenience. Read more

Woollen Woods 2018

This very popular trail returns now for its third year over the May Half Term – a trail featuring knitted woodland creatures native to Bedfordshire. Find all the knitted figures hiding along the Sculpture Trail and vote for your favourite. Free to attend (though parking fee applies) and no booking required.Read more

Nest Explorers

Learn about animal nests and join us on a woodland walk to spot them. Find out about the dormouse, an endangered and much-loved mammal species, and help improve our giant dormouse nest. Build some dormouse boxes for us to put in the woods here at the Working Woodlands Centre, Maulden Wood, to help these lovely creatures survive.Read more

Rushmere Bioblitz 2018

Join us for a family-fun day of nature activities and guided walks, exploring our rare heathland habitats and the wildlife who live there, including a tour of our new Heathland Sculpture Trail.Read more

Tree Top Talk: Birds of Rushmere

Our series of Tree Tops Talks continues with this illustrated talk by volunteer and keen bird enthusiast Mike Bird. It will feature some of the well-known and lesser-known bird species encountered in the park, together with recordings of the calls and songs of some species.Read more

Felt into dreams or reality - craft workshops

Craft workshop for adults led by Jessica Flowers Choose either the morning or afternoon session (both 3 hours) where you'll learn how to make your own imaginative props for play and storytelling and how to use them to inspire children. Read more

In search of the Purple Emperor

Join us for a friendly guided walk in search of the Purple Emperor, the Silver-Washed Fritillary, the White Admiral and other butterflies with Countryside Ranger Bob Hook in Rammamere Heath and Kings Wood. Free to attend but please make sure you can attend before you book as we need the numbers to get the funding from Natural England.Read more