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NEWS FEED: National Park Authority

What we did in 2018

December 21st, 2018

‘Tis the season for reviews of the year. It’s been another busy year in the South Downs National Park. Here are just a few of our favourite South Downs stories from 2018. You can also see what our rangers and volunteers have been up to on the ground every month. In January we announced the […]

SDNPA responds to Glover Review on protected landscapes

December 20th, 2018

In spring 2018 the Government launched a review of England’s protected landscapes, nearly seventy years on from the creation of our country’s first National Parks in the midst of post-war reconstruction. The review is led by Julian Glover and is a ‘once in a generation’ chance to look at how these precious landscapes, our National […]

Most asked: Elaina Whittaker-Slark, Lead Ranger for the western end of the South Downs National Park

December 4th, 2018

Answers to questions about a particular area of work in the National Park – some sent in to our newsletter and others that we get asked all the time. Answering this month is: Elaina Whittaker-Slark What does a Lead Ranger do? I manage a team of two rangers, two assistant rangers and an apprentice ranger […]

Community Heroes: Fittleworth Stores

November 8th, 2018

There are many benefits to living in a tiny South Downs village, but easy access to a grocery store and a place to meet and get to know your neighbours aren’t always among them. The people of Fittleworth were determined to tackle the issue head on and this October, after a lot of hard work, […]

Work begins on developing next priorities for South Downs National Park

October 19th, 2018

Conservation and heritage organisations, rural economy representatives, water companies, farming groups and volunteer networks are just some of the groups being challenged to help set out the priorities for the South Downs National Park for the next five years and the practical action they will take to help achieve them. The work is part of […]

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