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Campaign celebrates great dog owners in South Downs National Park

March 6th, 2017

Recruiting dog ambassadors, films sharing ‘canine confessions’ and an Instagram parody are all part of the National Park’s latest campaign to encourage people to Take the Lead in the South Downs. With over a million dogs living in the South East of England and more than 3,300km of rights of way across the National Park […]

Hounds in the Downs

March 1st, 2017

It is a cold and murky January afternoon in the eastern end of the South Downs National Park and the famous white Seven Sisters cliffs are barely visible through the low cloud. Two young ‘media types’ from Brighton looking ever-so-slightly out of place are lingering in the car park above Seaford Head. They spot a […]

You say: Drones

March 1st, 2017

Do you have a story you want to tell about the National Park? A burning issue that you think needs to be raised publicly? We publish one story or comment about the National Park in our newsletter South Downs News each month and a response from the SDNPA. Caroline Gorton from Brighton says: “I have […]

Most asked: Jonathan Dean, Education Officer

March 1st, 2017

Are you a teacher? I have worked as a primary school teacher in central London and have also taught in outdoor education for several years. Working in both sectors has helped me understand how educators outside the classroom can support teachers to make the most of the learning opportunities in their local area. Will you […]

On the Ground in February 2017

March 1st, 2017

Don’t forget to say hello if you spot our Rangers and volunteers out working in the National Park. Here’s a taste of what they achieved in January 2017. Replaced a kissing gate and two stiles with three kissing gates to improve access, in partnership with Sussex Wildlife Trust and Glynde Estate. Started surveying open access […]

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