District Groups

CPRE Hampshire event

We have six district groups in Hampshire who do brilliant work to enhance and protect the countryside in their local area.

These groups monitor and influence planning decisions that affect the countryside, campaign on issues that affect their communities, take practical action to improve their local environment and run events to increase local support for the countryside.

Your local District Group is the face of CPRE Hampshire in your area and the group members work actively for your countryside. We are always looking for people to join our District Groups so if you would like to get involved, please email your District Group directly or get in touch at admin@cprehampshire.org.uk.

North Hampshire
Peter Prag – Email: peterp@cprehampshire.org.uk
The group covers the expanding town of Basingstoke and all the villages within the Borough of Basingstoke and Deane.

North East Hampshire
Alastair Clark – Email: alastairc@cprehampshire.org.uk
The group covers the Borough of Rushmoor and the District of Hart.

South Downs & Central
Robert Jamieson – Email: robertj@cprehampshire.org.uk
The group covers the areas of East Hampshire District and Winchester District, including the Hampshire part of the South Downs National Park.

South Hampshire
Caroline Dibden – Email: carolined@cprehampshire.org.uk
The group covers planning in the two cities of Portsmouth and Southampton, as well as the urban authorities of Havant, Fareham, Gosport and Eastleigh. It also takes a strategic watch over the activities of PfSH (the Partnership for South Hampshire) and the Solent LEP (Local Enterprise Partnership).

New Forest
Russell Webb – Email: russellwebb@uwclub.net
Russell coordinates our activities within New Forest District and the National Park.

Test Valley
John Moon – Email: john.moon@madasafish.com
Moya Grove – Email: moyagrove@gmail.com
The group covers the Borough of Test Valley.

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