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Allison’s top five most accessible spots in the South Downs National Park

March 14th, 2019

Did you know our ambition is to make the South Downs the UK’s most accessible National Park? Work has already begun in earnest to create new routes across this stunning landscape that offer easy access for people with limited mobility – and we’re planning many more in the future! So, as we mark Disabled Access […]

National Park apprentices – the inside story

March 8th, 2019

March sees National Apprenticeship Week to celebrate the contribution apprentices make to organisations. The South Downs National Park Authority currently has seven apprentices, with plans to recruit at least four more this year. We caught up with Frances Osborne, a Business Administration Apprentice for the lottery-funded Heathlands Reunited Team, which is working to protect and […]

Project to shed light on river’s health

March 8th, 2019

A community group working to protect and enhance wildlife in West Sussex will benefit from a £1,500 grant from the Authority’s Sustainable Communities Fund. The Parishes Wildlife Group plan to use the grant to commission a survey of dragonflies on the River Kird, as well as hold a series of talks and guided walks to […]

Butterflies, bees and beetles…protecting a vital link in ecosystem

March 8th, 2019

With a major global scientific review reporting alarming loss of insect biodiversity, Lead Ranger Tom Parry explains that the South Downs National Park Authority is playing its part to protect populations in the South East of England. The review, Worldwide Decline of the Entomofauna: A review of its drivers, found that more than 40 per […]

Eastbourne’s Hydro Hotel helps to support vital projects

March 8th, 2019

A new partnership has been launched between the South Downs National Park Trust and one of Eastbourne’s leading and most iconic businesses, the Hydro Hotel. With the aim of helping to protect the South Downs National Park for future generations, the Hydro Hotel has become an official Visitor Giving Partner of the Trust. The partnership, […]

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