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NEWS FEED

Top tips for being a responsible visitor to the National Park

June 25th, 2019

Generally speaking, National Parks are some of the safest places to be and most visitors are courteous and responsible who treat wildlife, the landscape and other visitors with the utmost respect. We head outdoors because we choose to witness nature at its very best. However, it’s always good be aware of potential trouble and how […]

Making the most of Summer in the South Downs

June 21st, 2019

Today marks the official first day of Summer. As with most summers in the UK, we’re never too sure what kind it’s going to be. Will it be the dazzling heat and long, dry days of 2018 or a washout like the one we had in 2012? (Remember those damp Olympic Games?) As the great […]

Something for the weekend – new walking leaflet for East Meon

June 20th, 2019

Discover the crystal clear waters of the River Meon and breath-taking views from the South Downs Way with this new walks leaflet. Offering two beautiful walks, this leaflet takes you up onto part of the stunning South Downs Way – the 100 mile long National Trail which runs from Winchester to Eastbourne – giving you […]

Plans are unveiled to transform Seven Sisters Country Park

June 18th, 2019

The South Downs National Park Authority has been named as the preferred bidder for Seven Sisters Country Park and is announcing ambitious £1.4m plans, including improving habitat for seven key species and creating a world-class visitor experience. Following a decision by East Sussex County Council’s Deputy Leader, Cllr Nick Bennett, a process will begin to […]

Bee Lines campaign creates a buzz and is off to flying start

June 17th, 2019

Nearly £5,000 has been raised in just three weeks as part of a new campaign to help reverse the decline of bees in the South East. Dozens of donations have been received by the South Downs National Park Trust since it launched Bee Lines last month. The campaign will work with farmers and other landowners […]

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