Founded in 1594, The Box Moor Trust manages some 480 acres of agricultural and amenity land for the benefit of the inhabitants of Hemel Hempstead and Bovingdon. A registered charity, the Trust's mission is to manage the estate in an environmentally sensitive manner for recreation, biodiversity, the provision of diverse opportunities for lifelong learning and to ensure that the enjoyment of such initiatives is accessible to all.
After years of holding our annual public meeting at various venues around the area of benefit, we are excited to be able to host our 2014 meeting at our new headquarters. You are cordially invited to attend at 7pm on Thursday 24th April at the Box Moor Trust Centre in London Road to find out what has been happening during the past year and hear about future projects. You will be able to meet Trustees and staff, enjoy some light refreshments and get a chance to have a look around our beautiful new building. For those who do not wish, or are unable, to join us for the formal part of the evening, we will be opening our doors for an informal "meet and greet" from 2pm onwards, so feel free to drop in and see us.
The accounts of the Box Moor Trust for the year ended 30th September 2012 have been audited and are attached in PDF format (see below).
Entry forms are now available for our photo competition to find images for our 2015 calendar. Please click on the link below for full details and a form. Entry is free and there will be cash prizes for all photographs selected for the calendar, with first prize being £100. All photos must be taken on Box Moor Trust land. Closing date: Friday 15th August 2014.