CPRE functions at four levels:
- National level (external link): our office in London, which is in touch with Whitehall and Brussels, campaigns to influence Government and European decisions that affect the countryside
- Regional Level - South East Region: the region covers seven county branches - Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire, Kent, Oxfordhsire, Surrey and Sussex. It publishes a monthly bulletin.
- County (branch) level: we have two campaigning groups - Planning & Policy Group and the Transport Group.
- Local groups: our local groups were restuctured in 2010, to align with the boundary of the new South Downs National Park. The six groups work work with local communities at grass roots level to safeguard the rural environment, and welcome involvement of local CPRE members.
Who's who at CPRE Hampshire?
|President||Sir James Harris, Earl of Malmesbury|
|Vice-President||Sir Brian Brown, KCB, CBE|
|Vice-President||Sir James Scott Bt|
|Vice-President||Mrs Rosemary Horsey|
|County Branch Chairman
|Branch Development Officer||Becky French
Tel/Fax: 01962 779185
Tel/Fax: 01962 779185
|Media/Communications Officer||Keren Burney
CPRE Hampshire is a registered charity (No. 245967) and is therefore managed by a board of trustees. The current trustees are:
|Dee Haas||CPRE Hampshire Chairman|
|Peter Bedford||CPRE North Hampshire group|
|Edward Dawson||CPRE North East Hampshire group|
|John Cooper||CPRE Test Valley group|
|Robert Jamieson||CPRE South Downs & Central group|
|Peter Lindon||CPRE South Downs & Central group|
|Christopher Napier||CPRE South Downs & Central group|
|Caroline Dibden||CPRE South Hampshire group|
|Caroline Ford||CPRE South Hampshire group|
We have a small county office which orchestrates campaigns, manages fund-raising and carries out administration. Most of our work is done by volunteers, either on a county campaign basis or working for their local group. Visit the What we do section of this website to see who is involved with our various activities.
This page last updated 12th July 2014
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