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Emma's England

CPRE’s new president on why she couldn’t resist accepting her new role and the countryside issues she feels strongly about.

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New thinking on housing and public transport can boost our towns

New thinking on housing and public transport can boost our towns

Housing should be developed alongside transport infrastructure for economic, social and environmental benefits, say countryside…

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New farmers and new small farms can kick-start agricultural revolution

New farmers and new small farms can kick-start agricultural revolution

Brexit vote offers chance for farming to become more diverse and environmentally resilient, say countryside…

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Poll shows public is behind bag charge as bag usage drops dramatically in England

Poll shows public is behind bag charge as bag usage drops dramatically in England

Increased popular demand for raised funds to go to anti-litter initiatives

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How and where to find and buy local food

How and where to find and buy local food

Eating local food means finding the best places to buy it...and we can help.

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Putting the art into artisan

Putting the art into artisan

I’m going to talk about France. You might think that’s an odd thing to do…

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Growing produce in the heart of the city

Growing produce in the heart of the city

In a bustling city of almost 9 million people, it is hard to imagine that…

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