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NEWS FEED: Newsletter

On the Ground in November 2017

December 6th, 2017

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 November 2017. Completed habitat management work in the River Meon at East Meon with the Wild Trout Trust, including managing vegetation planted during previous river restoration work. Updated the […]

Next stop West Meon Nature Station

December 5th, 2017

With a huge amount of hard work, a lot of local support and some future funding secured from the South Downs National Park Authority’s Sustainable Communities Fund, two National Park volunteers have taken a derelict storage depot and led its transformation into a nature reserve for a local school. It’s surprising to learn that a […]

Give the South Downs this Christmas

December 5th, 2017

Still trying to find the perfect gift for someone special? If they love the South Downs then we have a few ideas and each one gives something back to the National Park. For the craft beer lover Award winning South Downs brewery Langham have renamed their Best Bitter after the National Park and 5p from […]

The ebb and flow of tide mills

December 5th, 2017

If you’re looking for a curious place to take a Boxing Day stroll, or a complete antidote to Christmas excess, then a visit to Tide Mills might suit your purposes. New interpretation panels show how much we are still learning about the history of this unusual nature reserve just across the river Ouse from the […]

Do you love the South Downs Way?

December 5th, 2017

20,000 people walk, cycle or ride the length of the South Downs Way national trail and millions more will explore sections of it on days out each year – that causes a lot of wear and tear! A new campaign is asking people who love the trail to help raise £120,000 to mend it. It’s […]

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