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Wednesday, 16 October 2019 09:27

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Campaigners are calling on the people of Sussex to ‘rise up and take action’ to protect 300 acres of former Downland before it is too late.

Friday, 04 October 2019 15:03

Invitation to: Affordable Housing Seminar

Saturday, 9th November 2019, from 10am until 2pm
at Barnham Community Hall, Barnham

David Johnson, CPRE Sussex vice chair, spoke at the South Downs National Park meeting (1st October) to urge the Authority to reject damaging options for the Arundel Bypass through the countryside, alongside a range of wildlife and countryside groups.

Thursday, 26 September 2019 11:49

Climate Emergency Summit: 5 Oct

Organisations, activists and experts and gathering in Shoreham-by-Sea on Saturday, 5th October for a Climate Emergency Summit. With growing recognition that we are facing a climate emergency, the Summit will explore the issues relating to climate change and what is needed to protect the environment, health and well-being.

Arundel Alternative is a way that YOU can respond to plans for the A27 Arundel Bypass that will devastate Arundel, surrounding villages, beautiful countryside, and the South Downs National Park.

Thursday, 26 September 2019 11:16

Arun District Group Autumn Up-date

Council election results, climate change, planning applications, affordable housing seminar and a call for volunteers...

Find out about the hard work and commitment of our volunteers in Brighton & Hove ...

Thursday, 26 September 2019 09:52

Adur & Worthing District Up-date

Latest update on strategic developments in Adur: New Monks Farm IKEA, West Sompting's green space development and more, plus Worthing district news and new climate change commitments.

Thursday, 26 September 2019 09:44

CPRE Sussex’s Clean Green A27 litter pick

CPRE Sussex joined the A27 Clean Up Campaign on Sunday 22nd September to help clean up our countryside as part of the national CPRE ‘Clean Green’ month. Although we were a small team, we were able to clear more than 30 bags of litter and various large items (including a scooter and a pram) improving the area for wildlife and people. This is a huge amount of rubbish collected in a short time by a small number of people and shows the scale of the problem!

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