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Car Free Day

September 21st, 2016

Make the journey part of the adventure with public transport in the South Downs this Car Free Day. The South Downs is one of the easiest National Parks to explore by bus or train, so there’s no excuses for not leaving the car at home. Discover new trails on your bike, travel back in time […]

Get back to nature

September 21st, 2016

Tony has been travelling around France and England barefoot to connect with nature, setting himself the challenge to live without money. For the past few nights Tony has slept under cedar and oak trees, below the dark skies of the South Downs National Park. His night was filled with the sounds of birds, deer and […]

See tonight’s Harvest Moon in the South Downs

September 20th, 2016

We’re hoping the skies clear for tonight’s Harvest Moon. The forecast predicts gaps in the cloud with a dry night ahead. The Harvest Moon is the name of the full moon that falls closest to the autumn equinox. Tonight’s also coincides with a penumbral eclipse, this is when the moon passes through the outer part […]

Discover Bramber with a new easy access trail

September 19th, 2016

Bramber Village and Castle, © Ian Canham/Alarmy A new leaflet in our series of Miles Without Stiles routes has been published for Bramber. Miles Without Stiles – Bramber Offering a choice of routes this leaflet takes in the picturesque village of Bramber, with its historic buildings and medieval castle, as well as the beautiful banks of […]

A year of achievements in the South Downs National Park

September 19th, 2016

In 2015/16 the South Downs National Park Authority used the ambitious programme and vision it had created for England’s newest National Park to make an impact on the national stage. The archaeological discoveries from the Secrets of the High Woods project made national news and promise to keep archaeologists busy for many years to come. […]

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