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NEWS FEED: Food & Drink

Enjoy a taste of the South Downs this National Parks Week

July 27th, 2015

Special offers on local food and drink to celebrate National Parks Week National Parks Week 2015 runs from 27 July to Sunday 2 August and is an opportunity to celebrate everything about the UK’s family of 15 National Parks. This year the theme is ‘Landscapes of Plenty’ recognising that ‘Britain’s Breathing Places’ are not only […]

It’s easier to find local South Downs food and drink

June 23rd, 2015

The superb food and drink produced in the South Downs region has never been easier to find and enjoy thanks to a new web portal called www.southdownsfood.org launched this week. Including hundreds of local food and farm shops, restaurants, pubs and cafés, vineyards, breweries and food producers who sell directly to the public, the unique […]

Ancient mill becomes gateway to South Downs

June 19th, 2015

One of the National Trust’s most unusual historic buildings, Winchester City Mill, is to become an official gateway to the South Downs National Park this summer. Set in the heart of England’s former ancient capital city, Winchester City Mill has a history dating back more than a thousand years, and is one of just a […]

Web portal to boost South Downs food and drink

March 17th, 2015

Food and drink businesses in the South Downs National Park are getting a free publicity boost through a new online directory and networking service to help promote their produce to local people and visitors. Any food business within a ten-mile radius of the National Park – from country pubs and farm shops to farmers markets […]

Sparkling winemakers toast power line removal

July 1st, 2014

English sparkling wine producers in Alfriston can crack open the bubbly to celebrate the removal of power lines from the South Downs National Park. UK Power Networks, which delivers electricity supplies in the South East, has just completed a project to remove 1.4miles of power lines, poles and equipment at the Rathfinny Wine Estate. The […]

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