Local Group Name - Campaign to Protect Rural England

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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.

On a cold night in March, Ubley Parish Hall came alive with musical theatre and the memories of Elizabeth, a Somerset land girl, from 1940 to the present day.

Graham Harvey, writer of more than 600 episodes of the world's longest running soap, The Archers, teams up with one of the stars of the Harry Potter stage play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, James Le Lacheur.

Rated 4.8* out of 5
Includes after show discussion with Graham Harvey
Tuesday 6th March, 7.30, Ubley Parish Hall near Bristol and Bath

CPRE Avonside objects to the scenarios for expanding the Airport as set out in ‘Your Airport: Your Views, a world of opportunities; Preparing a new Master Plan: Public Consultation November 2017’

This Plan sets out the future housing and infrastructure provision for the our area (The West of England) for the next 20 years. Our comments reflect the concerns we have about the likely outcomes of the Plan as it stands.


Thank you to all our members and volunteers, for all your support.

Monday, 09 October 2017 13:35

Latest Annual Review

Read about local landscapes under threat, how we’re tackling littering in the city, and much more.

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.

Thursday, 01 June 2017 08:44

Festival of Nature 2017

Come and say hello to us at the Festival of Nature in Bristol (10th and 11th June) and Bath (25th June)

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