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This section includes our current press releases and our newsletters and annual reviews.

 

29 September 2019

The eagerly awaited final report on future directions for England’s National Parks and AONBs was published on 20th September. The report titled Landscapes Review and its proposals are the outcome of an independent review commissioned by the government in May 2018 and led by an expert panel chaired by Julian Glover.

National CPRE made a comprehensive submission to a consultation and CPRE Gloucestershire made a separate submission relating to the future of the Forest of Dean and the Cotswolds AONB.

 

28 August 2019

CPRE Gloucestershire is seeking a volunteer to compile and edit the six-monthly full colour printed newsletter "Gloucestershire Views"

 

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.

2 July 2019 

 

Support Kit by donating here: SupportKitsWingWalk

 

Kit Braunholtz is a man who likes a good challenge it seems. He is also proof that age is simply a number. They say you are as old as you feel. If you feel like attaching yourself to the wing of a plane, to celebrate your birthday, then you would look as young as Kit does now! Kit has been passionate about conservation since the 1970s and has been a lifelong member of CPRE. At 90 Kit’s thinking is inspiring. He is looking to the future by dedicating his Wing Walk to a cause that is focused on caring for our countryside for our children, our grandchildren and future generations.  Climate change, and the disappearance of our nature and wildlife, is hitting the headlines on a daily basis. Kit is making his own headlines by doing something positive to help highlight these issues by strapping himself to the wings of a biplane at Rendcomb airfield on August 7th.

8 April 2019

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

13 March 2019

CPRE Gloucestershire’s Rural Excellence Award 2019 Scheme is now open for nominations. The Awards panel are hoping to encourage nominations from teams of professionals who are tackling significant rural issues like affordable rented housing. ‘The example set by the 100% affordable housing development at Whittington Close, St Briavels, last year, is an inspirational illustration of the local District Council working with partners to provide nine rental properties, meeting an identified housing need,’ comments Richard Lloyd, Vice Chair of CPRE Gloucestershire.

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