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New ‘forever fund’ is launched to support community projects in National Park

September 16th, 2019

More good causes and community projects will be helped in the future as a new ‘forever fund’ has been created for the South Downs National Park. The new dedicated community fund will build up over time and is being launched by the South Downs National Park Trust, the official charity of the National Park, in […]

Still time to enjoy summer on the Downs

September 10th, 2019

It may feel like Autumn is here but there’s still a few more opportunities to enjoy guided activities on the South Downs. The South Downs National Park Authority has teamed up with Wave Leisure and Cycle Seahaven to offer free guided walks and cycle rides on the iconic chalk downland hills. Check the details below […]

New edition of South Downs View

September 6th, 2019

How nature can help you fight the winter blues, details of the 2020 Dark Skies Festival and top tips on where to find stunning heathlands are just a few of the highlights in the latest edition of South Downs View. As the nights draw in and the temperatures begin to drop it can be tempting […]

Taking action to care for your National Park on World Cleanup Day

September 6th, 2019

‘Take only photos leave only footprints’ should be the motto of anyone spending time in a National Park. So, as we mark World Cleanup Day on September 21, here are some of the most important ways you can help care for the South Downs: Leave no trace – take home any litter and recycle as […]

New bridleway in Hove is a boost for biodiversity

September 6th, 2019

A new bridleway in Hove will open up a missing link in the city’s footpath network and provide new habitat for wildlife. The new path, which links rights of way on Benfield Hill and the New Barn Farm area with the Dyke Railway trail and beyond, has been created by West Hove Golf course and […]

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