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31 January 2020

In this news briefing from national CPRE, there is an update from the external affairs team about the work of Greener UK and about the important climate change meeting in November which the UK is hosting

CPRE Worcestershire has published Clent and Lickey Hills Area: Landscape Value Study.  This largely concerns part of Bromsgrove District, but the study area extends into parts of Dudley, Wyre Forest, and Birmingham districts.  It does not just relate to the hills themselves but assesses the adjacent countryside as well.

Countryside campaigners celebrate as the Government announces the introduction of a deposit return system.

Wychavon District Group sets the scene through their new Youth Awareness Initiative Programme Involving schools and students in countryside issues can help increase local CPRE profile.

22 April 2010

The 75th Anniversary of the founding of the Worcestershire Branch of CPRE was celebrated with a dinner held at Bodenham Arboretum on the evening of 22nd April 2010.

In October 1999 a Parish Conference was held in Cropthorne Village Hall as a result of which five Task Groups were formed.

The Atlas group was born from the task group 'Our Neighbour beyond the Community' and followed in the footsteps of the former `Project Group' based in Fladbury when we were just a Parish of three villages. Our aim was to increase awareness of and involvement with the needs of those in the wider world beyond our local church community. Members of the group came from all five of our villages.

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