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#TakeTheLeadTo winners announced!

September 15th, 2017

We’re delighted to announce the winners of our #TakeTheLeadTo photo competition! Thank you to everyone who entered and voted for their favourite image. The winner and four runners-up will receive a tasty selection of Arden Grange dog food and treats. Winner All my favourite things. In my favourite place, doing my favourite thing with my […]

It’s easy to plan a car-free South Downs trip this autumn

September 13th, 2017

Avoid the traffic and reduce the stress of driving this autumn with a new series of ideas for days out in the South Downs National Park. Go South Downs is a new online resource to help people plan an entire car-free trip in the National Park – from where to stay and places to eat […]

Joint Accord launched between Public Health England and England’s ten National Parks

September 8th, 2017

England’s National Parks are vital resources that will sit at the centre of plans to improve physical and mental wellbeing thanks to a new partnership between Public Health England and the nation’s ten National Parks. Free to access and open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, these inspiring protected landscapes are key to […]

On the Ground in August 2017

September 5th, 2017

Don’t forget to say hello if you spot our rangers and volunteers out working in the National Park. Here’s a taste of what they achieved in August 2017. Released 253 water voles into the upper reaches of the River Meon working with five landowners over six sites – completing their reintroduction from source to sea […]

A word about water

September 5th, 2017

The famous white chalk of the South Downs hills acts like a giant sponge, soaking up and storing water for 1.2 million people in the south east. The Brighton ChaMP project aims to protect this precious resource. Words by Aimee Felus The chalk aquifer of the South Downs gives us the water we drink and […]

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