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NEWS FEED: Newsletter

Fen defenders

March 8th, 2018

In December 2016 residents on the edge of Winchester had a grumble about the state of the waste-ground in front of their homes. But what began as a casual chat became a huge community effort to restore the local fen for wildlife. It’s fair to say that Clausentum Fen, a fragment of the Itchen Valley […]

Critical friends

March 8th, 2018

“It’s a privilege to be allowed to build in a National Park. People should see it as such and design buildings that both respond to and make a real contribution to the South Downs’ landscapes.” Graham Morrison is part of an independent panel of expert architects and designers giving up their time to push for […]

Stay over, see more…

March 8th, 2018

The days are getting longer, the clocks are about to change and we’re starting to daydream about sunny spring days on the South Downs. Staying the night opens up a whole new world of opportunities – whether you’re sleeping out in the wild, stargazing or learning a new skill. Whether you have one night, a […]

Advice and opinions needed to help support the South Downs

February 6th, 2018

The South Downs National Park Trust is carrying out research to make sure we get our messages right and are looking for people to participate in two-hour focus groups on 20 April 2018. We’ll be looking at the issues and projects in the National Park where we should be prioritising our support; getting feedback on […]

Barn owls return

February 6th, 2018

If you were following the sad story of our web-cam barn owls last summer you’ll remember that we not only lost the chicks but were very concerned for the adult female, who hadn’t been seen returning to the nest for several days before the chicks died. Ranger Angela was checking our cameras this month and […]

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