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Local Group Web Manager: Richard Lloyd - CPRE Gloucestershire
Local Group Web Manager: Richard Lloyd

Local Group Web Manager: Richard Lloyd

Friday, 23 August 2019 08:20

Ash trees across the UK are dying

 

23 August 2019

Ash Dieback has reached Gloucestershire and will have a major impact on the landscape of the Cotswolds AONB and Severn Vale.  CPRE Gloucestershire is a member of a partnership of organisations which has come together to address the issue.  The partnership is led by the Cotswolds Conservation Board.  This news article explains more and how you can help.

Monday, 08 April 2019 07:58

CPRE Welcomes 'Wilder'

8 April 2019

CPRE welcomes ‘Wilder’, the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trusts’ Manifesto for our county.

 

24 July 2019

Dame Fiona Reynolds DBE, Master of Emmanuel College Cambridge and CPRE Gloucestershire Vice President will be giving the first joint RAU/CPRE Gloucestershire lecture at 6pm on 18th September in the Parkinson Lecture Theatre at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester.

Friday, 01 February 2019 08:43

Cosmic census gets the nation counting stars

1 February 2019

CPRE is inviting everyone to take part in Star Count 2019 to help map our magical dark skies. The nationwide Star Count, which is also supported by the British Astronomical Association, goes live tomorrow, and will be running for the first three weeks of February (Saturday 2 February – Saturday 23 February)

Friday, 01 February 2019 08:43

Star Count 2019

1 February 2019

Cosmic census gets the nation counting stars
CPRE is inviting everyone to take part in Star Count 2019 to help map our magical dark skies. The nationwide Star Count, which is also supported by the British Astronomical Association, goes live tomorrow, and will be running for the first three weeks of February (Saturday 2 February – Saturday 23 February)

Monday, 14 January 2019 14:55

Planning application responses 2019

Selected responses to planning applications by CPRE Gloucestershire in 2019

 

Sunday, 30 September 2018 12:58

2018 Branch AGM

Lack of Affordable Housing was a main topic at the 2018 AGM

There was a record turnout for the 2018 Branch AGM held at the Renishaw’s ‘state of the art’ Innovation Centre which had recieved a CPRE Gloucestershire Award in 2016. Before and after the more formal business, those who wished were able to view demonstrations of Renishaw’s frontiers-of-technology applications, ranging from in-built precision measuring equipment to three-dimensional printing.  The highlight of the afternoon was the talk by our guest speaker, Baroness Young of Old Scone.

Tuesday, 03 April 2018 14:32

Give as you Live

Are you passionate about the countryside? Do you do online shopping? You can do one and help save the other!

Shop with your favourite stores and they will donate to CPRE Gloucestershire. All at no extra cost to you.

Its so easy. Step one: just join for free here! Step two: Don’t forget to install the Donation Reminder here. You're done!

Thousands of stores have signed up to donate a percentage of every online purchase made by one of our supporters. These include many stores you might shop with regularly, like Amazon and Tesco. Give as you Live works with 4,200 leading stores that have signed up to donate to a charity of your choice with every online purchase you make. 

It takes seconds to join up and then when you shop at your favourite online stores they will donate a percentage of your total spend. The Donation Reminder reminds you every time you enter an online shop that is part of the Give as you Live scheme.

Giving a donation at no extra cost to you…

So quick.

So free.

So simple.

Friday, 23 February 2018 10:26

Planning application responses 2018

Selected responses to planning applications by CPRE Gloucestershire in 2018

21 February 2018

 

Although CPRE welcomes the Government’s commitment to deliver a road scheme to resolve long-standing problems of congestion, road safety and air quality, the environment charity has serious concerns about present proposals.  The environmental sensitivity of the Crickley Hill area cannot be overstated.  As part of the designated Cotswolds AONB, this dramatic landscape has important nationally recognised wildlife habitats and ancient monuments. All these factors demand a road scheme designed to embrace environmental considerations at its very heart rather than as an add on.

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