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NEWS FEED

New support for South Downs dairy farmers

May 7th, 2015

In February 2015 the South Downs National Park was named as one of eleven new Food Enterprise Zones (FEZ) created to make it easier for food and farming businesses to expand and diversify. The South Downs FEZ covers the area of the National Park that falls within the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership (parts […]

Petersfield Neighbourhood Development Plan – Examination

May 5th, 2015

Public Hearing commencing 10:00 4 June 2015 Festival Hall, Petersfield, Hampshire GU31 4EA The Petersfield Neighbourhood Plan was submitted to the South Downs National Park Authority for examination (regulation 16) on 18 January 2015. A period of public consultation was held from 2 February 2015 – 16 March 2015 inviting representations on whether the Petersfield […]

Responsible dog walkers welcome here!

May 1st, 2015

The South Downs National Park is a great place for dogs to get exercise – particularly as the days get warmer and longer. And there are plenty of physical, social and mental benefits for owners too. Research carried out in 2014 revealed that more than 90 per cent of dog walkers in the South Downs […]

Mel and Jasper Take the Lead

April 30th, 2015

“I have multiple sclerosis so use a wheelchair,” says Mel. “Being disabled meant that I wasn’t getting out very much but having Jasper has given me a reason to get out every day. People talk to you when you have a dog and I’ve made new friends through him. “It’s been great to discover the […]

Alyson and Sage Take the Lead

April 30th, 2015

“The South Downs are always different,” says Alyson. “There are so many places to chill out and be with lots of people or on another day see nobody. There’s no better place to come to.” “I always make sure that I’ve got loads of poo bags, always put Sage on the lead around wildlife. When […]

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