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Rare butterfly is surprise success for South Downs project

October 28th, 2015

A project to boost numbers of butterflies and chalk grassland in the South Downs National Park near Brighton has unexpectedly seen the return of the silver-spotted skipper butterfly, once close to extinction across the county. The ‘Brighton Blues’ project, led by the South Downs National Park Authority and supported by a grant of £39,425 awarded […]

National Parks taste as good as they look

October 26th, 2015

Did you know that local food and drink is the second biggest draw for visitors to the South Downs National Park after our landscapes? On Monday 26 October we’re joining with our fellow National Parks across England to celebrate the top quality food and drink produced in the country’s finest landscapes. Join in the celebration […]

Lewes venue and date confirmed for North Street Quarter Decision

October 12th, 2015

One of the most significant planning applications submitted since the South Downs National Park came into existence will be considered at a meeting of the South Downs National Park Authority’s Planning Committee on Thursday, 10 December at County Hall in Lewes. The North Street Quarter lies to the immediate north west of Lewes town centre. […]

Eight top views from buses in the South Downs

October 9th, 2015

Leave road stress at home with the car and discover the South Downs by bus. A new guide to public transport in the National Park highlights eight breathtaking bus routes in the area. Click on the first picture to open the gallery. Request your free copy of the South Downs National Park Public Transport Guide […]

Otter returns to upper Rother River

September 23rd, 2015

The first confirmed evidence of an otter on the upper Rother River in Hampshire since 2001 has been captured on film as part of work to boost local wildlife in the South Downs National Park. A camera trap, set up on the river was put in place to monitor whether invasive species American mink, which […]

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