Due to popular demand, the SDCP Visitor & Tourism Group has just completed a second print run of the Steyning & Surrounding Area Map. The first edition originated because the Tourist Information Point, within the Steyning Post Office, reported that people were asking for this sort of information. The map is made possible without any […]
STEYNING GATEWAY OPENS IN GLORIOUS SUNSHINE On Sunday 27th October, Steyning & District Community Partnership Visitor & Tourism Group were proud and ecstatic to officially open the new archway that now highlights the twitten entrance that connects Newmans Gardens Car Park with Steyning High Street. After nearly 3 years of planning – from a small seed […]
Within the last few weeks we have gone live with two new websites. The new vibrant Food & Drink Festival site has been a great asset, promoting all the events & offers, plus acting as an easy reference to locate contact details and description of businesses involved. Visit Steyning – which you are logged into […]
July 2019 saw the age worn interpretation board outside the Steyning Centre, replaced with a lovely new version. It displays narrative about the area, the South Downs National Park and how to access walks nearby. A project undertaken by the Visitor & Tourism Group, a sub-committee of the Steyning & District Community Partnership, this involved […]
Another project from the Steyning & District Community Partnership Visitor & Tourism Group. Two information boards showing the visitor various highlights of the area, plus maps etc.; one outside the library in Steyning and the other in the car park at Bramber. These boards needed an awful lot of intricate input from volunteers who headed […]
High Street Route to South Downs The Visitor & Tourism Group – a sub-committee of the Steyning & District Community Partnership – have been working on a new route for walkers wanting to explore the South Downs, which takes in the High Street before joining the footpath which starts near the Bowling Club. After a […]
As a result of the huge success of the series of leaflets featuring four walks in the Steyning & District area, the Steyning & District Community Partnership Visitor and Tourism Group embarked on a project to improve a section of the existing footpath alongside the River Adur, which forms part of the route of the Three Ancient Churches Walk.