East Midlands and East of England invite you to
Years of CPRE: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Wednesday 6 July 2016, 10am – 4pm, The Fleet, Peterborough
Members and volunteers of branches in the
East of England and East Midlands regions are invited to join us
to celebrate 90 years of CPRE, our achievements, and how we go
This event will enable us to share
information, learn from each other, get to know each other and
find out more about CPRE, how we work and our priorities.
The day will include presentations
Dame Fiona Reynolds DBE
Senior Communications and Information Officer, and co-author of
“22 ideas that saved the English Countryside”.
There will also be a
choice of workshops: Raising
your branch’s profile; Balanced Communications: Strategic
Techniques to Improve Your Organisation and its Reputation;
Planning in the Future: Does CPRE still have a voice?; Effective
Campaigning – what makes a successful campaign?
There will be plenty of opportunities to
meet members and volunteers from other CPRE branches and staff
from CPRE National office, and representatives from other
A programme will be available
There is no charge for attending
and lunch and refreshments are included. There is ample, free
on-site parking and transport will be provided from Peterborough
station to the venue free of charge.
To register your interest or to
book a place, please contact Tracey Hipson at office@cprecambs,
tel: 01480 396698.
Places will be allocated on a first
come, first served basis.
– the June CPRE East
of England Regional Report. For more information and a
round-up of news on planning, transport, environmental and
infrastructure issues please
Eye, Suffolk: Gas-fired power
station. Outcome and lessons – from CPRE Suffolk Chairman
Andrew Fane. Click here to read
Give Peace a Chance
New research from the Campaign to Protect Rural England,
published today, shows that better data collection and a new
indicator of tranquillity are needed to increase protection for
England’s most peaceful areas. To see the report
We’ve also launched our 2007 tranquillity maps in an interactive
format – click here
The Value of the Natural Environment
the 17th March we were please to support Natural
England in hosting a conference to explore the value of the
natural environment in creating a foundation for economic growth
and our health and wellbeing.
The event explored the value of the natural environment and
distinctive landscapes in supporting economic development and
health and wellbeing for Suffolk, Norfolk and the East of
England as a whole. It also considered the challenges we face
for nature to be truly recognised as the keystone of a
prosperous economy and healthy society.
Presentations from our speakers can be found here:
Caroline Angus SCC Health and
Nick Collinson Suffolk's Nature
Andrew Day Countryside properties
Holtom Waveney Valley
Morling RSPB Local Economies
Investing in our natural capital.
Waters Visit East Anglia
CPRE has launched a Transport Toolkit website which provides
practical ideas on helping communities improve walking, cycling,
car sharing or public transport where they live. No matter what
your ambitions, there are ideas from small to big. Find
out more at