South Downs: England’s Mountain Greens (1 x 60')

Peter Owen-Jones takes us on a personal journey into the heart of the UK’s youngest National Park – the South Downs. From the precipitous Seven Sisters Cliffs to Winchester’s gothic Cathedral, he experiences an extraordinary year following the wildlife and the people who live and work in what was described by William Blake as ‘England’s mountains green’. Opened in 2010, the South Downs is already the most visited National Park in the UK and this firsttime film promises to capture a stunning portrait of one of England’s greatest landscapes.