Our June column in the EDP Norfolk Magazine is out now. Our Planning Campaigns Consultant Michael Rayner looks at the issue of ‘Affordable’ Housing and alerts readers to our Conference on this subject in September.
Tickets for our fabulous #Aestival2019SummerFair on #Sunday28July2019 at Raveningham are now available to buy online.
The posters are now ready for Aestival 2019! You can download them in pdf format here: 31788 Aestival A4 Poster v12. Please feel free to print them off in colour and distribute them as widely as you like. Many thanks.
The May edition of our twice-yearly Norfolk Voice is now ready. Norfolk Voice May 2019
Notice is hereby given that some amendments to our Constitution are proposed and will be voted on at our forthcoming AGM on Thursday 30th May at 5pm. The full proposed Constitution is here: CPRE Norfolk Constitution – Proposed Revision May … read more
Our column in the May edition of EDP Norfolk Magazine looks at Norwich City Council’s PassivHaus social housing scheme in Goldsmith Street, winner of last year’s CPRE Norfolk’s Green Build Award.
This year’s CPRE Norfolk AGM and Annual Lecture will take place on Thursday 30th May 2019 in the Weston Room at The Hostry, Norwich Cathedral. The AGM will be at 5pm. All members of CPRE Norfolk are welcome to attend. You … read more
Helen our Director is being interviewed on BBC Radio Norfolk today about Aestival, our Summer Fair on Sunday 28th July this year at Raveningham: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_norfolk
We are thrilled to announce that TW Gaze auctioneers and valuers of Diss, will be at #Aestival2019SummerFair on #Sunday28July2019 at Raveningham Gardens with their valuation tent and four experts, including their Director, the BBC’s Elizabeth Talbot. They will be valuing your antiques and collectables from 11am to 3pm so … read more
This month Gerard Stamp, newly-created Ambassador for CPRE Norfolk, writes about the changing local landscape over the last 200 or so years as seen through the eyes of the Norwich School of Painters and others. This was the theme of … read more