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Across from Win Green in the Cranborne Chase AONB

An outrageous national betrayal?

CPRE’s latest research reveals that we are losing great chunks of England’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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Wetter winters and warmer summers are already damaging many treasured heritage sites such as the Birling Gap in East Sussex.

Clean Growth and the countryside

Climate change is destabilising livelihoods across many industries and communities in the UK as homes are flooded, crops fail, and entire settlements are slowly reclaimed by the sea. Increasing numbers of people are now talking about the changing weather as a lived experience.

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The CPRE National Office team in Eastbrookend Country Park

Bushcraft in Dagenham

The first question I was asked by almost everyone when I accepted a job with CPRE was, ‘where will you be moving?’ People were often surprised to hear Southwark. Perhaps it sounds like an oxymoron to be based in London but be committed to protecting rural England.

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Farmhouse cheese – going back to the future

Farmhouse cheese – going back to the future

Cheese is a great British success story for the food and farming sector. We can proudly boast that we have more cheeses than the French. We proverbially export coals to Newcastle by selling artisan cheese to France, ‘beating them at their own game’. So, if we want to celebrate and support home produced food what better way to start than with cheese?

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Flying into turbulence

Flying into turbulence

Politicians and businesses are competing in their calls to show their enthusiasm for rebalancing England’s…

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