South Downs National Park welcome signs are approved

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Tuesday 26th November 2019 3:00 pm
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The signs will be similar to this, one of 19 installed in a pilot scheme earlier this year

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A SET of 31 signs welcoming people to the South Downs National Park has been approved unanimously by the park authority’s planning committee.

One will be in Horndean, at the bottom of Catherington Down, and two in Rowlands Castle, in Woodberry Lane and on the Shipwrights Way.

They will be made from iron or a mixture of wood and iron, and will be installed next year.

Authority chief executive Trevor Beattie said: “These signs will welcome people to a wonderful nationally-designated landscape.”

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