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Fundraising night for South Downs National Park Trust raises over £60k

November 7th, 2019

The home of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood was transformed for ‘one night only’ as an opera house to raise funds for the South Downs National Park Trust. The evening was hosted by the Duke of Richmond and Gordon, Chairman of the Trust’s Development Board, and actor Hugh Bonneville, who lives in the National Park and is […]

Beauty of South Downs National Park inspires colourful exhibition

November 7th, 2019

“The National Park is paradise” Those were the poignant words from people who have taken part in a new arts project that aims to boost mental health by immersing yourself in the South Downs landscape. The budding artists’ array of colourful artwork and sculptures were displayed at Merchistoun Hall, in Horndean, Hampshire. It came after […]

Generosity and goodwill of guests gives big boost for National Park

November 6th, 2019

More than £3,000 has been donated by guests at one of East Sussex’s most iconic hotels to help protect the South Downs National Park for future generations. The team from Deans Place, in Alfriston, were beaming with pride as the donation was given to the South Downs National Park Trust, a charity working to support […]

“National Parks are the natural health service” – meet the woman looking to develop the mental health benefits of the South Downs

November 1st, 2019

Meet Kate Drake, the new dedicated Health and Wellbeing officer for the South Downs National Park. On the back of mounting medical evidence of the strong link between getting active in green open spaces and wellness, the National Park is devising new strategies that encourage people to make the most of this tranquil oasis for […]

One big happy family! First footage of mother otter and cubs delights wildlife lovers

November 1st, 2019

Adorable footage of a mother otter and her two cubs provides the first definitive proof that the iconic creatures are breeding on the River Meon. Thought to be locally extinct in Hampshire until a few years ago, the incredible video is further evidence of reductions in river pollution that is allowing the secretive mammals to […]

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