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World Ranger Day

July 29th, 2016

It takes a special kind of species to care for the habitats of the South Downs National Park. Our rangers dedicate their time to looking after our landscapes, wildlife and cultural heritage and finding ways to help people understand and enjoy them. Our rangers have been involved in many of our biggest achievements this year, […]

Dog Fun Day, This Sunday!

July 28th, 2016

This Sunday round up your golden oldies and cuddliest pups for the South Downs Dog Fun Day at Woolbeding. Bring your dog along to take part in our annual dog show, with rounds such as waggiest tail and dog that looks most like its owner! The South Downs National Park is a great place to […]

Big Butterfly Count

July 28th, 2016

Help the Big Butterfly Count take nature’s pulse by recording and identifying all the butterflies you find. The more people that participate in the count, the more we can learn about butterflies and how they are doing. The count runs until the end of August so there’s still time to record your findings. Counting butterflies […]

Pondtail Wood update – 15 July 2016

July 15th, 2016

Please note that there is a more recent post on Pondtail Wood Solicitors acting on behalf of the owners of Pondtail Wood in West Sussex have lodged an appeal against an Enforcement Notice issued by the South Downs National Park Authority which came into effect on 12 July 2016. The Enforcement Notice stipulates that the […]

Mysterious prehistoric farmers and missing Roman road revealed

July 12th, 2016

Decades of speculation on the route of a Roman road in southern England have ended but the research which confirmed its location has revealed the extent of prehistoric farming on the South Downs before the Romans arrived. The discoveries were made after airborne laser scanning (LiDAR) technology was used to map part of the South […]

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