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NEWS FEED: Enjoying

Bank Holiday walking ideas?

May 23rd, 2017

Another bank holiday weekend is fast approaching and everyone is itching to get outside and experience the wonders of nature at its best. May is also National Walking Month promoting the health benefits of regular walking and activity. Walking is free and is recognised as one the simplest ways to get more active, feel healthier […]

New Cycle Leaflet – Telscombe, Rodmell and Southease

May 19th, 2017

Cycle through stunning chalk downland, picturesque villages and inspiring views with our new Peacehaven cycle leaflet. Enjoy the meandering River Ouse and the new Egrets Way shared path with this leaflet that includes two routes of differing lengths. Suitable for mountain bikes, both routes incorporate bridleways, gravel tracks and quiet lanes, and give you the […]

A Dog Walkers Guide to West Sussex

May 9th, 2017

FREE EVENT West Sussex County Council is pleased to offer its large dog walking population a unique opportunity to come along and discover more about the County from a dog walker’s perspective. The sessions will bring together a host of partners including South Downs National Park Authority, RSPB and Sussex Police, who will present on […]

Nature is good for your health

May 2nd, 2017

From royal princes to sporting legends and celebrities, it’s been hard to miss recent coverage on the importance of facing up to our mental health. With Mental Health Awareness Week running from 8 to 14 May we spoke to Dr William Bird from Intelligent Health about the role the National Park could play in tackling […]

Jane Austen 200; A life in Hampshire

May 2nd, 2017

Jane Austen, one of England’s most famous authors, spent most of her life in the historic and beautiful county of Hampshire, in the South Downs National Park. Its houses, countryside and people provided the inspiration for many of her novels and this year marks the 200th anniversary of Austen’s death. From 1809 until 1817 Jane […]

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