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SDNPA Climate Change Adaptation Plan

September 30th, 2016

Climate change is shaping up to be one of the main causes of environmental change for the National Park in the future. Its impacts on the landscape are likely to be significant and profound – though there are many potential opportunities over the longer term. It is necessary for the National Park Authority to plan […]

Pondtail Wood update – 22 August 2016

August 22nd, 2016

We are aware that a for sale sign went up at Pondtail Wood last week, with an auction due to be held on 12 September. The landowner is legally entitled to sell the property. The notices stay with the land and so will transfer to any new owner. The owner should declare the notices prior […]

Are you counting bees?

May 19th, 2016

The Great British Bee Count starts today (19 May). Organised by Friends of the Earth it aims to help people recognise our common bee species and appreciate their diversity (there are more than 250 species in Britain). You can also find out ways to help our bees. Bee expert Professor Dave Goulson will be our key […]

National Parks Partnerships

May 9th, 2016

British public support corporate involvement in National Parks to secure future sustainability Nearly half of people surveyed on the future of the UK’s National Parks are concerned they will deteriorate if funding levels reduced in coming years, while 85% say that their perception of a large company would improve if it provided them with support, […]

On the fifth day of Christmas…

December 18th, 2015

On the fifth day of Christmas, instead of five gold rings, the South Downs National Park is sharing with you five Iron Age hill fort ‘rings’. We are extremely lucky in the South Downs National Park to be home to many historical features. From Bronze Age barrows, Saxon and Norman churches, dew ponds, to historic […]

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