Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Berkhamsted Common with a commemorative walk around the very area which was saved from enclosure in 1866.
On this date 150 years ago the fences on Berkhamsted Common were torn down in the middle of the night. This put a stop to Lord Brownlow's attempt to enclose the Common for his own private use and restored the rights of local people to continue their traditional use of the land for ever. This event is hosted by The National Trust and The Open Spaces Society.
Event ticket prices (Ticket price includes celebratory BBQ and mulled wine)
Call 01442 851 227 to book your tickets or click here for more information.
Bearing in mind the current wet weather, please be aware that the trail could be very muddy. Wear clothing suitable for the current weather.