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NEWS FEED: National Park Authority

National Park Gateways

May 3rd, 2018

When Gilbert White & the Oates Collections in Selborne relaunches this May it will also become the newest ‘gateway’ to the South Downs. For a National Park with no border fences we hear this phrase a lot. So what do these mysterious portals look like and how do they have the power to magically transport […]

Most asked: Alister Linton-Crook, Cycling Projects Officer

April 30th, 2018

Every month we ask someone involved in the National Park to answer the questions they get asked most about their work. Answering this month is: Alister Linton-Crook, South Downs Cycling Projects Officer   Can you help me attract more cyclists to my business? Providing suitable cycling facilities is a great way to entice more cyclists […]

More disadvantaged school children will be supported to experience South Downs in 2018

April 23rd, 2018

One thousand more children from low income families could get the chance to experience learning outside the classroom in the South Downs National Park this year thanks to a £5,000 donation to the new South Downs National Park Trust charity from Sussex Community Foundation and Brighton Rock Fund. Each year the South Downs school travel […]

Watch: 24 hours in the South Downs

April 19th, 2018

Tested tough: South Downs rangers’ new Columbia Sportswear uniform revealed South Downs National Park rangers will be protected from the elements come rain and shine from May 2018 thanks to new uniform from Columbia Sportswear, part of a nationwide partnership making the company an official supplier to all 15 UK National Parks. The new South Downs […]

Sign of the times

April 6th, 2018

Over the eight years since the South Downs was designated we’ve often been asked why there are no signs telling people that they’ve arrived in the National Park. But what would they look like? Bespoke signage that creates a sense of arrival at the UK’s newest National Park is to be piloted in 19 locations […]

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