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New chief executive starts at Campaign to Protect Rural England

4 September 2017

New chief executive starts at Campaign to Protect Rural England

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) this week welcomes Crispin Truman into his role as the charity’s new chief executive.

Crispin joins CPRE from The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) where he was responsible for major regeneration projects and creating partnerships to help sustain local heritage. Crispin said he was looking forward to the new challenge as he recognised how important and fragile the interdependence of rural economy, community and nature is.

He added: “Green space, so essential for our health and well-being, is too readily sacrificed for development when there are better options. We need to get serious about both protecting our glorious, irreplaceable countryside, while building the affordable homes and well-designed infrastructure that we need.”


See previous Press release

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