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    Coronavirus and CPRE Norfolk

    A message from CPRE Norfolk The coronavirus outbreak brings with it unprecedented challenges for all of us, and our thoughts are with all those infected by the virus, and their loved ones, and those who are facing unexpected challenges. For … read more

    We are Hiring – Administration Officer (part-time)

    ADMINISTRATION OFFICER 12 hours per week. Permanent position based in Norwich. £7176 per annum. We are a well established and respected environmental charity working locally, and nationally with the umbrella CPRE charity based in London, for a beautiful and living … read more

    CPRE manifesto for the next government

    CPRE Norfolk has launched its General Election manifesto calling on candidates from all parties to support the rights of all people to enjoy a countryside that promotes a healthier economy and a happier community. The manifesto calls on all parties … read more

    November 2019 Norfolk Voice

    The latest issue of Norfolk Voice is now available.   See here:   Norfolk Voice November 2019 Over the last six months we have held a successful Conference examining the vexed question of affordable rural housing, continued our lobbying and questioning of … read more

    November column finds parallels between land issues in the Amazon and Norfolk

    Photographs from our Summer Fair

    The Society Diary in the November issue of Norfolk Magazine has photographs from our Summer Fair in July.  

    Do you need an expert speaker?

    Do you need an expert speaker for your organisation’s meetings? Our board of trustees comprise experts with a huge amount of knowledge and experience on all sorts countryside/environmental/wildlife/lightpollution/planning issues and more.  We can speak to your meeting for a modest … read more

    Goldsmith Street wins the Stirling Prize!

    The much-trumpeted Norwich City Council social housing development of 105 PassivHaus houses has won the Stirling Prize!   We are so pleased for them and also so proud that a Norwich development has been the one to scoop the first ever … read more

    October Column looks at the power of collective action

    This month our Planning Campaigns Consultant, Michael Rayner, looks at what parish and town councils can achieve when they work together.

    Our Full Page Advert in the EDP on Global Climate Strike Day


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