Steeped in history, the park was once the site of Theobalds Palace, a favoured residence of James I. Queen Elizabeth I also visited Theobalds many times during her reign. The park was given to the Borough in 1919 and today offers a scheduled ancient monument, woodland walks, formal gardens, play maze, ponds, pets' corner, play trail, an arboretum and a conservation area. The park covers over 19 acres and was awarded Green Flag status again in 2015.
In 2014, Broxbourne Council received a £1.89 million grant from the Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Parks for People programme, to protect, conserve and improve Cedars Park for the Borough’s residents.
The Junior Rangers is an assisted play scheme and parents/guardians are required to aid the children. The Ranger leaders are all volunteers and have no funding.
To keep the scheme accessible there is no charge, but Junior Rangers will accept a voluntary donation of £15 for all seven sessions. All donations will only be used towards the cost of materials.
If you would like to join the Junior Rangers, please click here and complete the form. Your information will not be recorded until you press SUBMIT on the final screen.
Please note: The Junior Rangers scheme is run entirely by volunteers and is independent of Broxbourne Council.
Click here to download a copy of the October to December Cedars Park Newsletter
Click here to download a copy of the January to March 2017 Cedars Park Newsletter
Cedars Park Art Space
Find out more about:
- Cedars Park Café and Meeting Room
- The history of Cedars Park
- Heritage Lottery Fund Project Update
- Friends of Cedars Park
- Education Pack