A feature on the work we have done constructing a 1.5-kilometre stretch of pathway from Borehamwood to Shenley and London Colney.
North Hertfordshire District Council has appointed Maydencroft Rural as one of the four firms for it's framework tree maintenance contract.
A front page article featuring our project to construct the new burial ground in Ickleford village.
Maydencroft Rural constructed a new burial ground for the village of Ickleford, near Hitchin.
Colin Thurstance, chairman of the Ickleford Burial Ground Trust said: "It is the largest project Ickleford Parish Council has ever taken on and it has worked extremely well. The villagers are over the moon."
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Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust celebrating the purchase of their wood in front of our new entrance gates.
Chris Packham officially opens Amwell's Dragonfly Trail.
"The group also visited the Longhorn cattle that are currently grazing the community orchard as part of the wildflower and grass management programme."
"A small herd of English Longhorn cattle have been invited to graze part of Cheshunt Park as part of the grassland and community orchard management programme."
Following a Heriatge Lottery Grant, of which we have done much of the work. Cllr Lyn White cuts the ribbon.
Following a Heriatge Lottery Grant, of which we have done much of the work. The Lady Mayor of Broxbourne cuts the ribbon.
The results of a beef tasting session in the 18th February 2009 issue of Country Life Magazine revelaled that the best breed for steaks was the Longhorn.
'Definitely the winner; delicious' Carla Carlisle (Country Life columnist and farmer)
'Perfect, 9 out of 10; very sweet and melts in the mouth'Mark Price (chief executive of Waitrose)
'Soft on the palate, with...