History of The Box Moor Trust
The world known to the people of Hemel Hempstead in 1594 was much smaller than the one we know today. Their parameters did not extend much further than over the hill to Tring in the west or to Bushey in the east. The main concern of the inhabitants in 1594 was not the latest play by William Shakespeare nor the music of William Byrd, but the plague that was rife in the town. There were 26 recorded burials in 1594.
Read on to find out how the Box Moor Trust was established and the developments over the years.