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First Design Awards for National Park are off to a flying start

June 5th, 2019

More than 50 entries ranging from a cinema to a visitor centre have been put forward for the first Design Awards for the South Downs National Park – and there’s still time left to nominate. The awards opened for nominations at the beginning of March and will close on June 28. They will celebrate projects […]

New wave of marine protection for coast

June 5th, 2019

The entire coastline section of the South Downs National Park has now been given the highest level of marine conservation protection. It comes after the Government announced a new raft of Marine Conservation Zones – including one at Beachy Head East near Eastbourne. This historic move, among 41 new designations, will help protect marine wildlife […]

Your summer cycling adventure starts here

June 5th, 2019

Do you remember receiving your first bike? Do you remember the thrill of riding down hill without a care in the world? Cycling can be a relaxing pastime or an exhilarating adventure. From gentle and leafy bike rides along disused railway lines to high speed, hardcore mountain biking, the South Downs National Park is a […]

5 Facts About Our Heritage Coast

June 4th, 2019

The impressive chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters are one of the iconic features of the South Downs National Park. For many walkers and hikers, the view of the ocean from Cuckmere Haven marks the culmination of their 100 mile trek from Winchester across the South Downs Way. Oceans are vitally important. Not only do […]

The clean air of the South Downs – and how to keep it that way!

June 4th, 2019

It’s often said National Parks are Britain’s green lungs. One only has to take a deep breath in the South Downs to appreciate just how beautifully clean our air is. And, with over two million people living in or within three miles of the National Park, and even more in neighbouring towns and cities, it’s […]

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