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Tomo Thompson joined the charity in August 2018. A retired British Army Officer, with 25 years of experience doing odd things in strange places, he also has a background in change, risk and project management. Tomo has spent over thirty … Continue reading
Lighting is crucial. The deaf person needs to sit with their back to the main light source so tha t the faces opposite are illuminated for lip reading. Minimise background noise. Hearing aids amplify ALL sounds, so be aware of … Continue reading
Recent proposals by the government would make it as easy to get permission for an exploratory fracking well as for a conservatory. If they go ahead, local decision-makers and communities would be stripped of the ability to block fracking in … Continue reading
We are looking to recruit a new board chair for Friends of the Peak District/CPRE South Yorkshire in the near future and the details can be found here:
We are seeking a high calibre candidate with outstanding team working and management skills who is able to support and motivate CPRE’s branches in the region. The successful candidate will lead, inspire and provide strategic direction to CPRE East Midlands. … Continue reading
Research demonstrates natural capital and public access value of Green Belt New research published today by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) shows the huge potential of the Green Belt in terms of amenity and nature conservation. CPRE is … Continue reading
The National Lottery has launched a brand new fund called Celebrate! which aims to help communities get together just for the fun of it.
Pottery designer and businesswoman Emma Bridgewater is to be the new national President of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), succeeding former Poet Laureate Sir Andrew Motion, who served four years in the role.
Would you like to find out more about CPRE’s history, and particularly the local campaigns that shaped your area? As part of our 90th anniversary celebrations we are working with the Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) to put on … Continue reading
CPRE East Midlands and East of England welcomed you to 90 Years of CPRE: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Wednesday 6 July 2016 ~ 10am – 4pm The Fleet, Peterborough Members and volunteers of branches in the East of England … Continue reading