Based in Hertfordshire, in close proximity to the hub of the motorway network, we provide landscape and environmental solutions throughout the UK.
The Deputy Mayor, Councillor Helen Bromley has been instrumental in organising the make-over of the Anniversary Gardens in Welwyn Garden City centre, ready for the celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee with the help of our very own Chris Baker.
Maydencroft Rural has constructed a new footbridge in Park Street over the River Ver.
"School children in St Albans will be able to walk to school in safety, whatever the weather, thanks to a replacement footbridge over the River Ver."
Maydencroft Rural has constructed new footpaths and installed new signage across Mardley Heath Local Nature Reserve.
Cllr Colin Couch, executive member for environment, said: “The works will greatly improve accessibility to Mardley Heath.
“It’s fascinating learning about the biodiversity in the area, and by sign posting and creating information boards, it really opens up the space for visitors to learn more.”
Maydencroft Rural converted two public flower beds in Wigmores South and turned them into vegetable gardens for Welwyn Hatfield Council, to honour the town's founder Ebenezer Howard’s two core values: self sufficiency and healthy living.
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"Mardley Heath, near Woolmer Green, will benefit from improved accessibility, better signage and new circular walks, thanks to the £33,787 which has been given to the Countryside Management Service, which manages the site on behalf of Welwyn Hatfield Council."
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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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Maydencroft Rural praised for upgrading a section of Bridleway at a heavily reduced price.
North Hertfordshire District Council has appointed Maydencroft Rural as one of the four firms for it's framework tree maintenance contract.
A feature on the work we have done constructing a 1.5-kilometre stretch of pathway from Borehamwood to Shenley and London Colney.
'A grand day out'
Feature on our work at Amwell Nature Reserve