South Downs National Park Shared Identity
The shared identity is designed to give the place itself, the South Downs National Park, an identity all of its own. It is completely separate from the brand of the South Downs National Park Authority. It was developed for and by partners and stakeholders to enhance their sites and messaging as well as supporting their own brands/identities – it is an ‘identity’ we all share.
It is not an accreditation – rather it says we are proud to be part of the amazing place that is the South Downs National Park. It allows our businesses, partners and communities to benefit from being associated with the National Park. It enables all of us to tell the story of the UK’s newest National Park.
The identity includes graphics, fonts, photography and support with telling the story of the National Park. The identity is free to use for businesses, partners, communities within the National Park who want to use it in support of the National park’s purposes and duty.
Shared Identity Survey 2016
We are keen to measure the level of awareness of the shared identity year on year and assess peoples’ views on the benefits of having a shared South Downs National Park identity.
We would greatly appreciate it if you could complete this survey, which should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete and will run until Monday 19 September 2016.
If you are interested in finding out more about the shared identity then please contact:
Communications and Engagement Manager Tel: 01730819251 | Mob: 07956664759
Interpretation Officer Tel: 01730 819255 | Mob: 07557853276