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Our Hart & Rushmoor countryside, worth protecting?

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Wednesday 24th October 2018, 7pm

Join former CPRE Chairman, Peter Waine & CPRE Hampshire over refreshments for an evening discussing the beautiful Hart & Rushmoor countryside, and have your say in CPRE Hampshire’s plans for the future of the area.

 

Date: Wednesday 24th October 2018

Time: 19.00 - 20.30

Location: Church on the Heath, The Key, Elvetham Heath, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 1HA

Book your free place now.

In Hart and Rushmoor, we are never further than fifteen minutes away from stunning countryside. As an increasingly urban and busy area, we value the green space that helps us connect with nature and breathe.

The importance of this landscape and why it has the power to inspire such notable figures as Thomas Hardy and Edward Thomas will be discussed by former CPRE Chairman Peter Waine and representatives from the charity. Hear why we think this countryside is essential to our own wellbeing and how we are working to protect and preserve the land we know and love in Hart and Rushmoor.

Whether you live in a rural community or in the heart of Farnborough or Fleet, countryside spots like Fleet Pond, Hazeley Heath and Hartley Wintney Commons provide everyone the opportunity to get out and enjoy the space, be that with your dog, by going for a run, or simply sitting and reflecting away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. These spaces are vital to us all.

We will hear from our local volunteers, who work to ensure these areas are protected and maintained, on their current assessment of the state of our green space and have your say on what you feel CPRE Hampshire’s priority should be for the North East of the county.

Join us over refreshments for this informative and thought provoking evening and help us shape our local landscape of the future.

 Book your free tickets now via Eventbrite, by emailing us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling 01962 841 897.

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