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The National Trust and partners have a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to support activities and ideas that will help people to spend more time on the Sussex Downs and enjoy their experience of them when they are there.
The Sussex Downs are the range of chalk hills that extend from the borders of West Sussex to Eastbourne. They are part of the wider range of hills known as the South Downs.
The project is focused on the eastern range of the Downs, north of Brighton and Hove to Eastbourne, which include popular landmarks such as Devil’s Dyke to the north west, and Beachy Head to the east.
Read more: Changing Chalk Survey: C19 and the Sussex Downs
Strong winds are expected on Tuesday leading to disruption to transport, damaged or fallen trees, damage to buildings and power outages.
· Yellow WIND Warning (Low Likelihood of Medium impacts) valid 0900 on Tuesday 25th August to 0900 on Wednesday 26th August 2020.
Next 12 hours:
Today will see a mix of sunshine and showers. The showers could potentially be heavy in places with isolated surface water possible but, as with any showery situation, many places will remain dry. Showers will gradually die out during the evening.
Tonight / Tomorrow:
An area of low pressure, now named as Storm Francis, will develop to the west of the UK tonight, move across Ireland tomorrow morning and then east across northern England and into the North Sea by tomorrow night. This will bring heavy rain and unseasonably strong winds across much of the UK.
Areas of rain, locally heavy, are expected to move northeast across southeast England tonight, gradually clearing to the east tomorrow morning. Showers, isolated heavy, are expected to follow from the west during the day before dying out during the evening.
Read more: Storm Francis on Tuesday and Wednesday