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We’re looking for three new national trustees

24th February 2023

Do you love England’s countryside and green spaces, and share our vision of a thriving countryside for everyone? If so, you might be interested in one of three important voluntary roles at national CPRE.


Could you join our trustee board to help us to achieve our vision and ensure the long-term success of our charity?

We believe that the countryside is for everyone and that a thriving beautiful countryside rich in nature will play a crucial role in our nation’s response to the climate emergency. We work hard to enhance, promote and protect the countryside, including the communities within it.

Our lively board of trustees leads and shapes CPRE to ensure the charity inspires people to care for and enjoy the benefits of the countryside wherever they live. We’re particularly interested if you either have experience and knowledge of living and working in the rural economy and community, or HR expertise (in particular in organisational development), or expertise or knowledge of planning.

Apply to be a trustee

Policy Committee Chair

We’re passionate about making the English countryside a better place for everyone to enjoy. Our vibrant team of staff and volunteers inspire people to care for the countryside and enjoy the benefits it brings wherever they live.

Volunteering with us is a fantastic way to help us champion environmental issues such as the climate emergency, renewable energy, biodiversity and sustainable transport. As chair of our Policy Committee, you’ll coordinate the development and renewal of the policies which are vital to our campaigning work. Working closely with Policy Committee members and stakeholders, you’ll provide valuable advice to the board of trustees to inform policy decisions with the needs of our beneficiaries at their heart.

Apply for Policy Committee Chair role

Two people walking along a country lane with daffodils in the foreground and the Kilburn White Horse landscape figure in the background
We're looking for three new trustees Mike Kipling Photography / Alamy Stock Photo


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