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Teachers – are you using us enough?

January 8th, 2018

A new term is underway and the Christmas holidays feel like a dream you woke up from too early, but don’t panic. We have a Learning Zone packed full of locally-relevant resources ready for you to use across the entire curriculum. South Downs Education Officer Jonathan Dean shares five ways the National Park can inspire […]

We can’t afford to be bored of Brexit

January 8th, 2018

Love it or hate it there is no doubt that Brexit will continue to dominate the news in 2018. And whilst it’s completely acceptable for you to use the hills, moors and mountains to escape from the headlines, it’s important to remember that the future of England’s national parks depends on the outcome. Most of […]

Help us count the stars

January 8th, 2018

Ahead of our second South Downs Dark Skies Festival this February we need your help to measure how our dark night skies are changing by counting the number of stars you can see in Orion. Words by ‘Dark Skies’ Dan Oakley Looking up on a clear night can you see the Milky Way or the […]

A golden harvest and curious cows

January 8th, 2018

An extraordinary composition capturing the shifting seasons from summer to autumn has won first place in the South Downs National Park photo competition 2017/18 – theme ‘Growing Places’. The three winning and three highly commended photos are now open for you to vote for the ‘people’s choice’ winner. The judges agreed that ‘Harvest Home’ by […]

Vote for your favourite photo!

January 5th, 2018

Photo competition 17/18 winning and shortlisted pictures The judges have chosen their winner but there’s still £100 up for grabs to the winner of our people’s choice award. Vote before midday on Monday 29 January to have your say. Vote for your favourite below. Create your own user feedback survey

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