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Your summer of South Downs cycling starts here

June 8th, 2018

From new or nervous riders to mountain bikers, the South Downs has something to offer most cyclists. Alister Linton-Crook, South Downs Cycling Officer, shares some ideas. Where to get started If you’re new to cycling or haven’t ridden for a while you’ll be looking for a wide, flat surface well away from traffic where you […]

The Grow Project and the importance of connecting with nature

May 14th, 2018

As many studies have shown, connecting with the natural world can be very beneficial to maintaining your mental wellbeing. In recognition of Mental Health Awareness week, we spoke to The Grow Project, a local charity that is helping people make that connection. Grow is a Sussex-based charity that runs low-cost nature connection courses for people […]

Have your say on what makes the Sussex Heritage Coast Special

May 4th, 2018

The Sussex Heritage Coast Partnership brings together the 10 organisations looking after some of Britain’s most iconic coastline – stretching from Seaford, past Cuckmere Haven and along the magnificent chalk cliffs of Seven Sister and Beachy Head to Eastbourne in the South Downs National Park. We want to be able to tell the story of […]

Campaign to fix broken South Downs Way trail reaches 60% of target

May 1st, 2018

A campaign to raise £120,000 to carry out much-needed improvements on the South Downs Way has reached more than 60 per cent of its target with six months, and the main summer walking season, still to go. More than £75,000 has been donated to ‘Mend our Way’, a campaign led by the South Downs National […]

Top Tips for Tackling the South Downs Way

May 1st, 2018

South Downs Way ranger Ben not only spends most of his days out on the National Trail, he also cycled it over three days in 2015. For National Walking Month this May we asked him to give us some top tips for tackling this 100 mile long National Trail. Which direction? The official trail guide […]

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