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Key plan for South Downs future – more proposals under consideration

April 15th, 2015

On 15 April 2015 members of the SDNPA Planning Committee will consider the latest proposals for the creation of the Local Plan for the South Downs National Park. This includes how we foster the local economy, protect our tranquil areas and dark night skies, encourage better design and deliver much needed homes in the National […]

Meon Valley Trail

April 9th, 2015

What’s happening on the Meon Valley Trail? Improvements are being made to the Meon Valley Trail disused railway line in order to create a safe, high quality and easy to use route for walkers, riders and cyclists who want to explore the South Downs National Park and the villages of the Meon Valley. Hampshire County […]

Catch a bus to win a family day at Amberley Museum

April 9th, 2015

A visit to Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre is bound to make for a great day out for people of all ages. There are plenty of things to enjoy on the 36-acre site whether you’re discovering the printworks, climbing aboard the iconic Southdown buses, exploring the telecommunications centre or taking a ride on the narrow-gauge […]

South Downs deny plans to reintroduce hippos

April 1st, 2015

The South Downs has today, 1 April 2015, quashed rumours that hippos are about to be reintroduced into its protected landscapes. The announcement comes the day after the National Park’s fifth birthday and follows speculation that the large herbivores, known to have lived in the south of England some 110,000 years ago, might be brought back to […]

High-tech treasure hunt is England’s first Geocaching GeoTour

March 30th, 2015

England’s first GeoTour, a high-tech treasure hunt through interesting places, launched in the South Downs National Park on 31 March 2015. Designed to reveal its hidden gems, people can have an adventure by following the tour over hills, across commons and through woodland, collecting passport stamps and points along the way. Geocaching is a game […]

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