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Come to a summer garden party with a difference!

July 19th, 2019

Ukulele music and Virtual Reality experiences will meet strawberries and scones as the South Downs National Park hosts a traditional garden party – with a twist! As part of MADhurst month, the South Downs Centre will be hosting a summer garden party with a range of free family activities themed around the great outdoors and […]

Thought-provoking campaign urges urban dwellers to explore England’s protected landscapes

July 19th, 2019

A major campaign has launched to encourage younger people to “go out out” and escape city life to explore the amazing countryside on their doorstep. Turning the urban dictionary on its head, the high-profile visual campaign will feature at major train stations and on buses across the South East and aims to entice young people […]

Sowing the seeds to boost our bees as Wild Chalk event returns this weekend

July 17th, 2019

People will be able to create their own “mini” wildflower meadows in their gardens, thanks to “Bee Bombs” to encourage pollinators. The free seed packs will be handed out at the National Park Authority’s next headline event, Wild Chalk, which will take place in East Brighton Park on Sunday 21 July. Taking place from 11am […]

Enjoy our stunning coastal views safely this summer

July 16th, 2019

Visitors to East Sussex’s spectacular white cliffs are being urged to stay safe this summer. Each year thousands of tonnes of chalk fall from the cliffs, which stretch from the edge of Eastbourne, past Beachy Head, the Seven Sisters and Seaford Head. In recent years there have been an increasing number of instances where people […]

Pond life – free fun for all the family!

July 3rd, 2019

Are you fascinated by the freshwater wildlife lurking beneath the depths? If so, a fantastic free event in the National Park aims to help people discover more about the amazing biodiversity of our ponds. The Insect Discovery Day will be held on Saturday, July 13 from 10am to 1pm at South Pond in Midhurst. Midhurst’s […]

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