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Giving nature a helping hand

October 3rd, 2019

It was recently World Animal Day and we wanted to shine the spotlight on five biodiversity projects in the National Park. Our rare chalk grassland, ancient woodland and heathland habitats support an incredible range of mammals, birds, fish, invertebrate and plant species. Some are among the rarest animals in Britain – and that’s why it’s […]

The amazing habitat of the South Downs

October 2nd, 2019

It’s World Habitat Day on Monday 7 October. Around the world, habitat is under threat and with it the species that they support. You might not realise it at first but the South Downs National Park is home to rare habitat and species, some of which is globally important. Chalk grassland Chalk grassland is one […]

River Meon sees incredible turnaround in a decade

October 1st, 2019

The River Meon and its amazing wildlife are facing a brighter future thanks to a concerted community-wide effort to return it to good health. The Meon Valley Partnership (MVP) is marking key achievements since its formation a decade ago and offering simple steps for the public to keep the river a thriving oasis for wildlife. […]

Pollen power! More than £18,000 raised in charity campaign to save bees

September 27th, 2019

More than £18,000 has been raised after the community has rallied round to help reverse the decline of bees in the South East. A flurry of donations and fundraisers over the summer months have boosted the Bee Lines campaign, which was launched on World Bee Day on May 20 by the South Downs National Park […]

Five of the best “wow” spots in England’s South Downs

September 26th, 2019

Breathtaking, mysterious, beautiful and inspiring – the South Downs is all these things. But there are some gems in England’s newest National Park that have an extra sprinkling of spectacular – those kind of “wow” spots capable of leaving a permanent footprint on your bank of feel-good memories. And, just an hour or so from […]

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