The talk will include a chance to watch a 30 minute version of the popular BBC4 film The South Downs: England's Mountains Green which takes us into the heart of the UK's newest national park - the South Downs, an extraordinary year exploring the park's stunning landscapes, rich history, wildlife and people. What emerges is a portrait of one of Britain's most iconic landscapes, described by William Blake as 'England's mountains green'.
Nick Heasman is the Countryside and Policy Manager for the South Downs National Park Authority and trustee of the Gilbert White & The Oates Collection. He leads a team that develops programmes to support and promote the protected landscape of the UK's third largest and most populated National Park.
Thursday 18 October 2018, from 6.30pm
Field Studies Centre, High Street, Selborne, Hampshire, GU34 3JU
Further information is available on the website gilbertwhiteshouse.org.uk/?event=past-present-future-south-downs-national-park%2F&event_date=2018-10-18
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