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Post Published 25 April 2018

Bluebell Walk raises fantastic funds for CPRE Hampshire

12 March 2018

CPRE Hampshire and Orvis UK teamed up to remove 76kg of litter from the Hampshire countryside. 

26 February 2018

CPRE Hampshire is delighted to announce a new sponsor for its long-running and successful Countryside Awards scheme - Forest Holidays. 

9 November 2017

Planning volunteers at the Hampshire branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England emphasise the need for affordable housing for young people in their response to the public consultation ‘Planning for the right homes in the right places’1, in which the Government sets out proposed measures to boost housing supply.

26 October 2017

The planning system needs a major overhaul to make it more accessible for local people. Local Plans are prepared with little regard to local wishes and their complexity is often baffling. This is the view expressed by CPRE Hampshire (the Campaign to Protect Rural England) in its response to the Raynsford Review of Planning1. The charity highlights cases in East, North and South Hampshire where local involvement in plan making has not been effective2.

25 October 2017

The Wessex Conference Centre at Sparsholt College, Winchester was full for a conference on Neighbourhood Planning held on 5th October 2017 and organised by CPRE Hampshire (the Campaign to Protect Rural England).

21 September 2017

Time is running out to book your place at CPRE Hampshire’s conference on 5th October 2017 from 9.30am to 1.00pm. The event at the Wessex Conference Centre, Sparsholt College, Winchester, will explore the best planning solutions for local communities and provide insights from an expert line-up of speakers.

20 September 2017

Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire, Nigel Atkinson Esq, presented the 11th annual Countryside Awards on 19th September 2017 at Littleton Millennium Memorial Hall near Winchester. The awards, organised by CPRE Hampshire, the county branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England, celebrate the communities, volunteers, young people and businesses that support the charity’s mission of ‘standing up for the countryside’.

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