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Facing 2017 with resolve

December 16th, 2016

For many people 2016 was a bumpy ride but whatever’s around the corner for 2017 we’re determined to at least start it well. If you feel the same please join us in making some South Downs resolutions: Make nature part of every day For the past two years we’ve joined in the Wildlife Trust’s ‘30 […]

Rogate and Harting Walks Leaflet

December 16th, 2016

Explore patchwork fields, peaceful villages and the scenic River Rother using this new walks leaflet. Detailing two routes, one starting in Rogate and one in South Harting, this leaflet takes you through some of the stunning quintessentially English countryside of the Weald. You’ll also walk part of the Serpent Trail, the 64 mile long route which winds […]

South Downs businesses get early Christmas Present

December 14th, 2016

Businesses and communities based in the South Downs are getting an early Christmas gift to help them take advantage of being based in the National Park. Communicating the South Downs is a new online resource packed with photos, branding and tips, all free to use for marketing services to visitors or getting people more involved […]

South Downs Food Tourism Project wins Government Grant

December 6th, 2016

Sussex-based Natural Partnerships has been awarded a grant from the new Government ‘Championing British Food Tourism’ scheme, to help support ‘foodie’ tourism to the South Downs region, it was announced by Defra this week. Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom said: “Food is at the heart of our culture and we want it to be at the […]

New Walks Leaflet: Ditchling Beacon and Devil’s Dyke

December 5th, 2016

Just in time for the Christmas holidays, this New Walks Leaflet includes three walking routes to tempt you out into the South Downs. Come explore the highest point in East Sussex, Ditchling Beacon, with its stunning views over the weald and out to sea, or Devil’s Dyke, the longest, deepest and widest ‘dry valley’ in […]

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