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Plea to save Eastbourne's public downland

OPEN LETTER TO COUNCILLOR DAVID TUTT, LEADER OF EASTBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL

Dear Councillor Tutt,

It has become clear in the last few weeks that many Eastbourne residents are deeply concerned about the proposed sale of all the farms on the Eastbourne Downland Estate, currently managed by Eastbourne Borough Council. 583 more words

Flogging off the Sussex Downs...

Here’s a new article by Dave Bangs, a key member of the Keep The Downs Public campaign, putting the fight to save the publicly-owned Eastbourne Downs in the historical context of the fight over many decades to protect and enhance public downland across the entire South Downs: 757 more words

Healing

Nature walks with my camera seem to be helping. I’m lucky to live so close to so much beauty in the South Downs National Park.

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off to Petworth

The winds did blow last night.

Tom had planned a 31 mile ride from Amberley to Petworth.

Would we make it?

My fears of heavy rain, and gusty winds proved unfounded. 69 more words

Sussex

South Downs Way and counting...

In four weeks time, I will be settling into a little B&B in Winchester and fussing with my backpack for the last time before I set off on the 100 mile journey to Eastbourne.   88 more words

National Trail

Fulking and The South Downs

An unfortunate name, but a lovely little village!

That’s the view eastwards looking towards Newtimber Hill.

South Downs Way

The Seven Sisters

The Seven Sisters is the name given to an iconic, undulating line of chalk cliffs stretching for about two miles westwards from the Birling Gap to Cuckmere Haven on the South East coast of  England. 172 more words

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