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Branch development

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Recruiting volunteers is always a challenge but finding the right Chair is particularly so. A good Chair will give direction and focus to work of your CPRE branch and provide strong leadership to your Trustees.

Finding a good fit for your group's needs is essential for your branch's good health and ongoing development so particular attention needs to be paid to the process of recruiting a new Chair. We have therefore, produced a comprehensive pack to guide you through this step by step.


This toolkit is designed to help CPRE branches with recruiting and managing volunteers. Use the short five-step guide and choose from almost 30 templates on all aspects of volunteering.

"An impressive resource. Full of useful easy-to-read information"
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Sally Hanrahan, CPRE Northamptonshire

"The Handbook captures all the best ways of doing the basics. Remember, someone did it before you!"
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Geoff Lambert, CPRE Bedfordshire

More for local groups

  • Circulars
  • Skills and Knowledge Directory
  • Trustee Board papers
  • Policy Committee papers

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