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Langham brews up funding for South Downs National Park

December 4th, 2017

Award winning South Downs’ brewery Langham are kindly donating 5p from every bottle of their best-bitter sold to support the new charity for the National Park. Langham Brewery are the first corporate partners for the South Downs National Park Trust, which launched in October 2017.  They have also helped to raise £647.86 for the Trust’s first […]

Help needed to mend the South Downs Way

November 20th, 2017

‘Please donate to help mend the South Downs Way’ is the plea going out to everyone who loves and uses the 160km national trail which runs all the way from Winchester to Eastbourne. The 20,000 people who walk, cycle or ride its length each year, the millions more who explore sections of the trail and […]

Final chance to have say on South Downs Local Plan – Consultation closes on 21 November

September 25th, 2017

People have until 21 November to submit their comments on the first Local Plan for the South Downs National Park. The plan will replace more than a thousand policies from 12 different local authorities with just 96 new policies covering the whole of the National Park from Winchester to Eastbourne. Margaret Paren, Chair of the […]

Wiston Estate sets out commitment to future as part of National Park

August 16th, 2017

Plans to create ‘tranquility’ zones; regenerate a quarry into a sustainable base for tourism; do more to raise people’s awareness of their impact on each other and wildlife; create a monastic retreat and travellers’ rest; and provide services and space for local businesses are just some of the ambitions set out by the Wiston Estate […]

‘Ratty’ has returned to Meon valley

August 11th, 2017

Water voles, which were once extinct in the Meon Valley in Hampshire, are now thriving again on the river and its tributaries following a five-year project to reintroduce the animal which inspired the character Ratty in Wind in the Willows. The first water voles were released at Titchfield Haven, managed by Hampshire County Council, in […]

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