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Students show off at South Downs conference

July 22nd, 2014

Research on where the best place in Sussex would be to reintroduce beavers; how planning can encourage physical activity; and how the way vineyards are managed can impact on the diversity of farmland birds; were among the papers presented at the first ever South Downs Student Conference in Midhurst on Wednesday 9 July. Eighteen students […]

New funding boost for South Downs bus and rail

July 15th, 2014

Hampshire County Council and six partner authorities, including the South Downs NPA, have been successful in securing just over £2million from the Department for Transport’s Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) for projects which encourage and promote use of sustainable travel in the New Forest and South Downs National Parks. The funding, which is an extension […]

Volunteers give River Meon much-needed makeover

July 3rd, 2014

The River Meon is becoming a better home for plants, fish, birds and invertebrates thanks to a project to improve its flow through the village of East Meon. Local resident Nigel Brooks was instrumental in helping the project to get off the ground as well as physically rolling up his sleeves. Nigel said: “It’s been […]

Historic South Downs cart shed conserved in pilot project

July 1st, 2014

Work has now been completed on the conservation of a 200-year-old cart shed in the heart of Up Marden, West Sussex for local people and visitors to enjoy. The project, a pilot which is hoped could be rolled out for other ‘Heritage at Risk’ across the South Downs has been carried out in partnership between […]

South Downs wins Heritage Lottery Fund support to reunite heathlands

June 24th, 2014

Ambitious plans to restore and reunite areas of rare heathland in the South Downs National Park have received initial support*, including £48,300 development funding,  from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to progress the project further. The development funding will help the National Park Authority carry out habitat surveys, build partnerships and get communities excited about […]

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