Local Group Name - Campaign to Protect Rural England

Skip to navigation
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 12:36

Charter delivered to Prime Minister

Save the Countryside Campaign success, 80,890 signatures

CPRE argues that re-opening line between Plymouth and Exeter would revitalise rural communities and provide resilience against climate change

CPRE argues national data and mapping are needed to protect most tranquil parts of England

CPRE report shows we need to massively reduce energy requirements and generate low carbon energy to tackle impacts of climate change and reduce bills

New CPRE report reveals erosion of Green Belt despite cross-party political support

CPRE supports the unprecedented appeal by North Somerset Council to Government to intervene in dire planning situation

Thursday, 12 February 2015 12:43

George Ferguson addresses CPRE Avonside AGM

CPRE Avonside AGM, Create Centre, Bristol

2nd October 2014

Address by Bristol Mayor, George Ferguson CBE: ‘How we can protect the countryside by making cities better places to live’

The CPRE District group invited representatives from all the five main parties to speak at this event in central Bath. Questions were prepared in advance, and reflected the topics of most importance to CPRE locally. The event was chaired by Cate le Grice Mack, CPRE Avonside volunteer and executive committee member.

join us

Back to top

woodland glade