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NEWS FEED

It’s easier to find local South Downs food and drink

June 23rd, 2015

The superb food and drink produced in the South Downs region has never been easier to find and enjoy thanks to a new web portal called www.southdownsfood.org launched this week. Including hundreds of local food and farm shops, restaurants, pubs and cafés, vineyards, breweries and food producers who sell directly to the public, the unique […]

Water voles reach South Downs in largest UK reintroduction programme

June 22nd, 2015

The most ambitious water vole reintroduction to be attempted in the UK will see the first 190 animals released within the South Downs National Park this June. This is the third year of a successful project to return ‘Ratty’ to the River Meon in Hampshire which has already seen the animals successfully breed on other […]

Celebrating and Managing Historic Buildings in the South Downs National Park

June 22nd, 2015

On Tuesday 14th July 2015 there will be the first Historic Buildings seminar organised by South Downs National Park Authority at the Great Barn, Sullington Manor Farm, Sullington, West Sussex. Two key themes will be discussed by expert speakers – in the morning how we can investigate and understand any one of the over 5,000 […]

Ancient mill becomes gateway to South Downs

June 19th, 2015

One of the National Trust’s most unusual historic buildings, Winchester City Mill, is to become an official gateway to the South Downs National Park this summer. Set in the heart of England’s former ancient capital city, Winchester City Mill has a history dating back more than a thousand years, and is one of just a […]

Landscape-Led Planning – Golf Club Practice Nets

June 18th, 2015

Our Rangers and Planning team work closely together  and with our partner authorities to conserve the landscape and scenic beauty of the National Park. In January 2014, one of our rangers, spotted luminous green practice nets at a golf course within the National Park that appeared to be out of touch with the beauty of […]

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