The Cat's Back, Black Mountains. copyright Richard Williams

Little Birch hedge surveyors

Neighbourhood planning - Ledbury by Terry Rook

A New AONB in the Marches?

Exploring the case for more Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Herefordshire

 

Herefordshire Hedgerow Project

Discover more about the county's hedges and learn survey & id skills

Neighbourhood Planning

Want to know more about Neighbourhood Planning? CPRE have published a handy guide

 

Herefordshire Countryside - Dinedor camp - copyright Barbara  Bromhead-wragg

Herefordshire's Countryside

A beautiful and living countryside, accessible to all, has always been valuable; in tough economic times, and with people facing growing stresses in their lives, it is priceless…
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Hedgerow page - Black Hill, Olchon Valley Herefordshire

Hedgerows

From the heights of the Cat’s Back to the deeply ploughed & fertile lowlands, Herefordshire is rich in diverse hedgerows, often containing substantial trees…
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Planning Policy - Hereford viewed from Dinedor Camp 2006

Planning

Planning decisions affect us all, yet local people often have very little input…

OUR OBJECTIONS TO THE SOUTHERN RELIEF ROAD
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Polytunnels - winter view at Walford, Ross on Wye

Polytunnels

Whilst the number of large-scale soft fruit growers who use polytunnels to extend the season in Herefordshire might be comparatively few, the effect upon the landscape, particularly the Wye Valley AONB, is substantial…
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Campaigning to Protect Herefordshire’s Countryside

NEXT MEETING: 12th July 2016

This meeting shall be held at the RVS Centre, Vicarage Road, Hereford.
Members and prospective members welcome.
Please email admin@cpreherefordshire.org.uk to enable us to gauge numbers.

CPRE Herefordshire is an environmental charity that campaigns to retain all that is best in rural Herefordshire, whilst supporting farming, rural business, the building of sustainable communities, rural transport and affordable housing within the wider infrastructure needs of the countryside. Read more...