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Discover farmers’ stories in the South Downs this summer

June 8th, 2018

Visitors to the South Downs National Park will get a unique insight into the lives of six local farmers this summer thanks to an innovative trail of ‘watching & listening posts’ linked to short films about their work. The films will be previewed at Lee Farm Open Day on Sunday 24 June. Twelve posts will […]

SDNPA Chair explains call for judicial review on proposal for A27 at Arundel

June 8th, 2018

SDNPA Chair, Margaret Paren, explains why the SDNPA is calling for a judicial review on Highways England’s preferred route. “Making difficult decisions is never easy. On issues that really impact a community, facts and opinion become mingled and emotions run high. With full awareness of the complexity of the issue, on 24 May the South […]

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 […]

Explore bluebell woods in the South Downs

May 3rd, 2018

Did you know that the South Downs is England’s most wooded national park? The soils in our ancient woodlands have been left undisturbed for hundreds of years, allowing great mobs of bluebells to thrive. We asked South Downs Woodland Officer Bob Epsom where to find some. “Many people will have a favourite bluebell wood that […]

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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