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Free National Parks Week events in the South Downs

July 5th, 2016

Become an extreme explorer, bushcraft expert and wildlife ranger for National Parks Week National Parks Week in the South Downs, 25-29 July 2016  Have you ever sniffed the forest floor, seen the world through the eyes of an owl or laid a trail through the woods?  This National Parks Week we want to change the […]

Bike Week

June 10th, 2016

National Bike Week starts on Saturday 11 June and we’re hoping this film of cycling in protected landscapes, including the South Downs National Park, inspires you to get out on your bike. We have worked with local communities and bike hubs across the National Park to facilitate and encourage people of all ages and abilities […]

Join guided walks on the Serpent Trail

May 3rd, 2016

Join our Heathland Officer for a series of guided walks through the 64 mile route of the Serpent Trail over three weekends. This summer challenge yourself to walk the Serpent Trail on a series of guided walks with a heathland expert on 6, 7, 13, 14 and 21 August. Each walk is between 12 to […]

Big Earl wins People’s Choice in South Downs photo competition

January 29th, 2016

Big Earl the bull has won the People’s Choice vote in the South Downs National Park Photo Competition for Ivan Talboys from Newhaven. In his second year as a prize-winner Ivan scooped more than 25% of the votes. Rhian White from Brighton came second for her brilliantly timed shot silhouetting a playful dog jumping in front […]

Teachers invited to use the South Downs National Park and ‘get dirty’ in 2016

January 12th, 2016

Using sheep to teach maths and science, managing challenging behaviour outside the classroom, and teaching tourism in the most visited national park in the UK will be just some of the highlights of the Our South Downs Teachers Conference on 13 April 2016. The event, now in its fourth year, is packed with inspiration for […]

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