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This Framework outlines the key data protection / GDPR requirements across the three key governance areas of Accountability, Transparency and Security.

Here is Protecture's GDPR webinar for CPRE, in case you missed it.

A key feature of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a higher standard of accountability, and being able to evidence that we are taking a clear, proportionate, risk-based approach to managing personal information.

If you would like to advertise a job vacancy, paid or voluntary on the national website please complete this form. If you have any problems opening the file or completing the form, please email Sanda Farrington: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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"
Sally Hanrahan, CPRE Northamptonshire

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

More for local groups

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

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