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NEWS FEED

New Horse Riding Leaflet

June 22nd, 2016

With 1200km of bridleways the South Downs National Park has some of the best horse riding in the South East. From a gentle trot along a country track to a longer hack up on top of the South Downs chalk ridge, there is something for everyone. Working with the British Horse Society we have produced […]

Bike Week

June 10th, 2016

National Bike Week starts on Saturday 11 June and we’re hoping this film of cycling in protected landscapes, including the South Downs National Park, inspires you to get out on your bike. We have worked with local communities and bike hubs across the National Park to facilitate and encourage people of all ages and abilities […]

The Trundle Folklore

June 9th, 2016

One of the best known landmarks of the South Downs is the Trundle, an Iron Age hillfort standing three miles from Chichester. The folklore that surrounds this historical monument tells tales of buried treasure in the form of a golden calf, protected by the devil. The first reference to treasure being buried at the Trundle […]

Intrepid water vole travels 7km and takes a selfie

June 7th, 2016

The UK’s largest ever water vole release is being hailed a success as evidence shows the rare animals are once again established on the River Meon in Hampshire. Once a common sight in the area, water voles had been locally extinct in the Meon Valley for at least ten years. Now, thanks to a joint […]

Stop Notice and Enforcement Notice issued at Pondtail Wood

June 2nd, 2016

Investigation into unauthorised work at Pondtail Wood, West Sussex The National Park Authority have today, 2 June 2016, issued a Stop Notice and Enforcement Notice to the owners of Pondtail Wood. This requires that all importation and deposit of inert waste and engineering works stop with immediate effect and that all material must be removed […]

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