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Hemel Rotary supports Box Moor Trust Tree Planting for Queen’s Green Canopy

Hemel Rotary are very pleased to be able to support the Box Moor Trust with a donation to enable some trees to be planted on Trust land as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022 Green Canopy. The Queen’s Green Canopy is a unique tree planting initiative created to mark HerRead More

Phil Pennington

Our long time Estate Manager, Phil Pennington, a true local personality, who retired in 2015, sadly passed away recently after a short illness. Phil’s expertise with sheep and cattle helped us introduce a breeding and grazing policy which has led to the gradual development of a wonderful range of localRead More

Flying Flock

The keen eyed among you may have already seen that we have some woolly visitors on Fishery Moor. A total of 345 sheep have taken up residence just opposite Hemel Station. The sheep, which include a range of breeds, including Charollais’s and Texels, will remain at their current location forRead More

Exciting Moth news!

On the 9th September, Moth trapper Ben Sale and Box Moor Trust Chairman David Kirk set up some Moth traps at Roughdown Common. As a result of the trapping they came across a…Jersey Mocha! The Jersey Mocha (Cyclophora ruficiliaria), was first seen in the Mainland UK in 2003 at PortlandRead More