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NEWS FEED: Newsletter

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 […]

On the ground in January 2018

February 6th, 2018

Don’t forget to say hello if you spot our rangers and volunteers out working in the National Park. Here’s a taste of what they achieved in January 2018. Gave a talk on the Meon Valley Partnership to West Meon Women’s Institute who asked lots of questions and shared their own stories about the River Meon. […]

Artist Appointed for South Downs Heathland Trail

February 6th, 2018

Are you a fan of your local heath? We know many people love their heaths – using them for exercise, to walk their dogs, for play and for relaxation. Through the Heathlands Reunited project we hope to inspire you to get to know your own heath even better, visit and explore other heaths, and most […]

South Downs Dark Skies Festival – Embrace the darkness

February 6th, 2018

South Downs Dark Skies Festival returns for 2018. Celebrate the South Downs International Dark Skies Reserve with star parties, wildlife encounters, talks and family activities happening every day across February half-term. The South Downs Dark Skies Festival returns for a second year this February with the flagship event, Stargazing South Downs, on Saturday 10 February. […]

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