The countryside champions

Welcome to the Campaign to Protect Rural England Hampshire. We are a charity dedicated to the needs of the Hampshire community and striving for a beautiful, diverse and living countryside that everyone can value and enjoy.

March 2014 - We have moved! Please note our new telephone number and address on our contacts page.

2014 poetry competition

Winners Announced

Charlotte Wright and Florence Robinson are the winners in our first ever Countryside poetry competition. You can read the poems of all six winners on our poetry competition page...
> Competition page
> Winners' press release
waste of space

Waste of Space Campaign

For years we have promoted redevelopment on brownfield sites rathen than greenfield. Just launched is CPRE's national Waste of Space campaign. You are invited to spot the wasted space in our towns and add it to our map...
> Waste of Space :: Brownfield first
Save Our Countryside

Sign Our Charter!

Our reformed planning system is not working. The countryside is under threat from 500,000 new homes. CPRE has launched the Save Our Countryside Charter to better protect our countryside. We urge you to sign and write to your MP...
> Read more


Monthly e-Newsletter

We have recently started monthly e-newsletters to our members. The September newsletter reports the launch of CPRE's Manifesto for the 2015 election, as well as announcing winners of our poetry competition...

> Latest news from CPRE Hampshire
anstey junior school

Awards Winners Announced

Anstey Junior School, Alton was the winner of the Young People category our 2014 Countryside Awards, pictured here at the awards ceremony, attended by 100 guests on 26th September. Awards were given in four categories ...
> Awards winners :: Press release

CPRE 2015 Manifesto

With next year's general election looming CPRE has set out our priorities of 'standing up for the countryside' for the next Government under three themes - housing, infrastructure and countryside.
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> Download manifesto (8pp; PDF)

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