National Trust Page

We have created this page for Henry Bexley, the National Trust Manager to update us on important issues and developments.
To see the list of all events planned by the National Trust, see our own News & Events page or go to the National Trust Events page
NT Hatfield Forest now also has its own Facebook page, please go to: Hatfield Forest NT Facebook

Ash Tree Dieback Information
Hatfield Forest is not a contaminated area.  However, to help prevent the spread of the disease, the National Trust and Forestry Commission have put together an information leaflet as well as a poster on what precautions to take. See documents below.

Dogs
We welcome dogs at Hatfield Forest as long as they are well trained by responsible owners.There are a few simple things to remember when you are out dog walking:
  • Keep dogs on leads: near the cows (walk round them in a wide circle), near the fenced sheep grazing areas, in the Lake Area and whenever you see signs. 
  • If you can not call your dog back instantly, it must be kept on a lead.  Always keep your dog under control.  Your dog must be kept in your sight at all times, especially in the wooded areas. 
  • Clean up after your dog and use the dog bins provided in the main visitor areas.
  • Please remember that our Rangers reserve the right to ban irresponsible dog owners.
  • To allow your dog to chase livestock or disturb wildlife is an offence.

To report an out of control dog, please call the Duty Ranger on 07808 889556.

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