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Friday, 20 March 2020 09:45

Members survey

Written by CPRE Sussex

In the Autumn we sent our members a survey form. To ensure that CPRE Sussex is addressing our member’s priorities, we asked which five issues, from a list of eleven, you think we should concentrate on in 2020. Thanks to respondents to the survey – we very much appreciate the time you spent on it.

Thursday, 05 December 2019 09:50

Christmas cards! The last ones have gone....

Written by CPRE Sussex

Thanks to everyone who ordered our Christmas cards this year! We sold out in record time and the last ones have just been posted.

Thanks to to renowned Sussex artist and supporter Liz Hankins who created this special card for us.

Friday, 29 November 2019 13:28

CPRE Sussex Gives Cash Boost to Rural School

Written by CPRE Sussex

CPRE Sussex presented a cheque for over £120 to Firle Primary School in November, as part of its work to support rural communities across the county.   

Wednesday, 16 October 2019 09:27

Order your 2019 Christmas Cards

Written by CPRE Sussex

Buy these beautiful cards and help support our work.

Tuesday, 25 September 2018 10:43

Autumn Appeal: Focus on Nature

Written by CPRE Sussex

Sussex is home to some of the most beautiful, but threatened, landscapes in the country.

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 11:51

Staying Ahead - Planning For Tomorrow

Written by CPRE Sussex

Fifty members and friends of CPRE Sussex gathered in Billingshurst on October 24 2015 to thrash out the focus for the Branch’s work for the next few years, leading up to CPRE’s centenary in 2026.

Friday, 15 May 2015 10:29

CPRE Sussex is looking for a new Director

Written by CPRE Sussex

If you love the countryside and would enjoy working proactively with our Trustees and volunteers to promote our work, do think of applying.

Friday, 03 April 2015 05:56

21 March 2015: Countryside… or Concrete?

Written by CPRE Sussex

Horsham’s prospective Parliamentary Candidates were quizzed on their countryside credentials in front of a packed crowd at the weekend (Saturday). The candidates faced questions on a range of rural issues from housing to fracking, at a pre-election hustings which attracted hundreds of concerned local people.

I think that we can afford to raise one cheer for our MPs for decisions they have taken on the future of the fracking industry. In their final Commons debate on the latest Infrastructure Bill the Government made concessions that give effect to significant points for which CPRE has campaigned both nationally and locally here in Sussex.

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