CPRE's Annual Review outlines the stories and successes of 2011/12 with case studies from around the country. Includes a financial summary for the year ending 31 December 2011.
This new charter for the countryside describes the England CPRE wants to see in 2026, our centenary year. The Vision, produced after wide consultation, pictures a countryside in 2026 that is used and valued by all as a national asset, helping create a healthier, less stressed nation where people are in tune with the environment and aware of their impact on it.
This booklet looks to the future and sets out some of the challenges facing our countryside. At the same time, it is inspired by the consensus in support of National Parks, Green Belts and the land use planning system that CPRE has helped to forge over the past eighty years.
This booklet contains the speech given by the Rt Hon David Cameron MP to CPRE’s 2008 Annual Lecture and explores the relationship between social value – the theme of his speech – and CPRE’s traditional focus on landscape.
CPRE membership entitles you to discounted entry to over 200 of England's most splendid houses and gardens, either for half-price or two visitors for the price of one. Enjoy a day out at some of the finest castles, arboretums, museums, stately homes and gardens you can find in England's countryside and towns.