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South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker
South Downs National Park Boundary Marker

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Lawrence Suss / Art UK

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A square wooden sign with curved steel sheets resembling the Downs. It is one of 19 signs at entrances to the National Park. The designs are based on the South Downs National Park’s shared identity. They are all made either from iron or a mixture of wood and iron, reflecting the history of iron work in the South Downs during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and that the South Downs is the most wooded of any English National Park. The sweet chestnut wood used in the signs was locally sourced from the Stansted Estate by English Woodlands.

Date

2019

Medium

iron & sweet chestnut

Accession number

BN1_LS_S136

Acquisition method

commissioned by South Downs National Park

Work type

Sign or marker

Owner

South Downs National Park

Custodian

South Downs National Park

Work status

extant

Access

at all times


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Located at

Ditchling Road, Brighton

BN1 8GB

Located on the western side of Ditchling Road, approximately 250 metres north of the junction of Ditchling Road and Carden Hill.