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NEWS FEED: Enjoying

Sensing the South Downs

July 4th, 2017

How do people with impaired vision experience the South Downs? Karis Jade Petty has dedicated her PhD to finding out and this July she’ll present her findings at the South Downs Research Conference 2017, sponsored by Coast to Capital The South Downs is an iconic landscape, an epic beauty draped in the greens of woodland, […]

South Downs Rangers on Tour

June 23rd, 2017

National Parks Week – 25 to 28 July 2017 The South Downs National Park is coming to town for National Parks Week this summer. From 25 to 28 July South Downs rangers will be bringing family fun and a little bit of the National Park into towns around Sussex and Hampshire. Learn how to make […]

Your summer of cycling starts here

June 9th, 2017

Freedom, fresh air, fitness or fun. There are many reasons why people choose to see the South Downs by saddle and we have something for everyone – from new or nervous riders to mountain bikers. We asked South Downs Cycling officer, Alister Linton-Crook for his recommendations. Best place for beginners If you’re new to cycling […]

Come and explore the hidden history of The Trundle…

June 8th, 2017

Beneath the ancient woodland of the South Downs National Park lies a secret landscape littered with traces of the people who have lived, visited and worked here. The woods have protected this hidden landscape with features unseen and unknown for years, even by the frequent visitor. However, recent research, including ground breaking LIDAR data capture […]

More ideas to go wild this June?

May 31st, 2017

Every year during the month of June the Wildlife Trusts run a campaign challenging people to make room for nature in their lives every day for 30 days.  They hope that by encouraging busy people to do this over an extended period they will be more likely to continue to care not only for their own local patch but […]

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