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Fieldwork: Summer 2017

In this issue: Good news for dark skies in Cornwall; World Heritage status for the Lakes; protecting landscapes in Neighbourhood Plans; the latest on devolution; a Supreme Court judgement on planning; and the latest campaign news and ideas from parish to Parliament.


Fieldwork: Summer 2018

In this issue: rural-proofing Local Enterprise Partnerships; tackling the plastic waste problem; supporting parish campaigns; improving wildlife in National Parks; giving communities a say on fracking; the case for greener farming.


Fieldwork: Winter 2015

In this issue: The latest on CPRE's Green Belt campaign; getting started on Community Energy; the latest parish planning news; CPRE's new award winners; a review of Local Plans; and new research on assessing housing need.


Fieldwork: Winter 2016

In this issue: Good news for National Parks and AONBs; better design for rooftop solar; the latest campaign news from parish to Parliament; and the case for a deposit return system.


Fieldwork: Winter 2017

In this issue: A long-term plan for landscape; how to improve rural design; the volunteers tackling litter in Dorset; protecting the setting of listed buildings; campaigning for a Deposit Return System; and a look at the Clean Growth Strategy.


Fieldwork: Winter 2018

In this issue: Enshrining environmental principles in law; The state of the Green Belt in 2018; Rewarding community progress; Saving villages under siege; Protecting heritage assets; Supporting social housing.


Making Our Mark

80 years of campaigning for the countryside

Leading historian and journalist Tristram Hunt writes about CPRE's life and times since our foundation in 1926. This lavishly illustrated 20 page booklet covers all of CPRE's major achievements in its first 80 years.


Our year

Annual Review 2017/18

Our Annual Review celebrates the stories and successes of a year of campaigning, with case studies from around the country. Includes a financial summary for the year ending 31 December 2017. 


Your 2018 review

We’re delighted to look back at 2018 and share some of the ways our supporters helped promote, enhance and protect our beautiful countryside.

From saying ‘NO’ to fast-tracked fracking, to kicking littered bottles and cans out of our countryside, the support we got truly made a difference.


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