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NEWS FEED: South Downs Trust

Local businesses invited to join National Park’s ‘Visit, Give, Protect’ community

October 22nd, 2018

A new scheme bringing local businesses together to encourage customers who love the South Downs National Park to make donations to support it is being launched after the success of a pilot by Deans Place Hotel in Alfriston. Since May 2018 Deans Place Hotel have asked guests to add an optional donation of £2 onto […]

South Downs Way gets smart new start at Eastbourne

September 24th, 2018

Old sign being auctioned as part of campaign to fix broken sections of trail A special way marker at the start/end of one of the most popular National Trails in the country, the South Downs Way, was revealed in Eastbourne on Monday 24 September during Eastbourne and Lewes Walk Fest 2018. The old way marker, […]

Crowdfunder: Fancy a day out with the South Downs Way team?

September 18th, 2018

A day out with South Downs Way Manager Andy and Ranger Ben is one of the rewards available as part of a crowdfunding campaign to fix broken sections on the South Downs Way as well as trails in all 14 other UK National Parks. Other rewards on offer through the British Mountaineering Council (BMC) crowdfunding […]

Campaign to fix broken South Downs Way trail reaches 60% of target

May 1st, 2018

A campaign to raise £120,000 to carry out much-needed improvements on the South Downs Way has reached more than 60 per cent of its target with six months, and the main summer walking season, still to go. More than £75,000 has been donated to ‘Mend our Way’, a campaign led by the South Downs National […]

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 […]

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