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How long until is it before the last farm in the Bristol Green Belt is under concrete?

Catherine Withers, farmer at Yew tree farm will speak to a Campaign to Protect Rural England (Avonside branch) event on Saturday 24th November about her fears for the future of her farm.

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The Trust is pleased to announce this event on Wednesday 18 April at 7pm at St. Michael’s Without, Broad Street, Bath.

The Avonside branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England welcomed Bath and North East Somerset Council’s intention to drop a scheme to add a further park-and-ride to the East of Bath.

An increase in housing sites will make defending our local countryside from ever more housing and roads all the more difficult, whilst failing to ensure that new housing gets built out quickly.

Brexit vote offers chance for farming to become more diverse and environmentally resilient, say countryside campaigners

CPRE Avonside will launch a brand new Community Litter Warden Scheme tomorrow (17th August, 10.30) at Bristol Zoo to help tackle the problem of litter in Bristol

This evening, CPRE Avonside is hosting an event for local communities all over the West of England who have a keen interest in the future of their local countryside.

New research shows that local housing targets are driven by over-ambition rather than need.

The Campaign to Protect Rural England’s group in North Somerset was disappointed to learn of the decision by Government housing minister Brandon Lewis to uphold an increase in housing numbers for the district from 14,000 – democratically agreed with the local community in 2012 – to 21,000 - a 50% increase on the previous figure.

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