Heathland Sculpture Trail from South Downs National Park Midhurst

The new Heathland Sculpture Trail in South Downs National Park is the perfect opportunity to get into the great outdoors and appreciate the changing of the seasons. Seven intricate sculptures are located across different heathland sites within the park, with…

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The new Heathland Sculpture Trail in South Downs National Park is the perfect opportunity to get into the great outdoors and appreciate the changing of the seasons.

Seven intricate sculptures are located across different heathland sites within the park, with each one telling the story of the history, wildlife and people of the heathlands. Each sculpture contains an NFC tag & QR code so that when used with your phone, a video will appear that tells you the unique story connected with each of the sculptures.

Download the trail map and see where you can start your discovery https://www.southdowns.gov.uk/heathlands-r…/story-trail-map/

Photographs: South Downs National Park/Sam Moore, Sussex Drone Filming

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