Herefordshire CPRE Events
CPRE Herefordshire AGM
2pm SATURDAY 19 OCTOBER 2019
Bishopswood Village Hall HR9 5QT
Speaker to be confirmed
Each year the Herefordshire Branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England holds an Annual General Meeting, open to all... Do come along to support, give your views, or just to see what we're doing to protect the Herefordshire countryside.
Herefordshire CPRE Branch AGM 2018
Holmer Parish Church Centre, Holmer Road, Hereford
"21st century transport - a vision for Hereford"
After the AGM on 13.10.18 Professor John Whitelegg gave a fascinating presentation in which he emphasised the positives and the optimistic and realistic potential that exists to propel Hereford and surrounding villages and rural areas, into a 21st century vision of a safe, calm, clean, green, child-friendly, healthy, economically successful, zero-carbon, fiscally responsible city. It was an illuminating talk with an abundance of working examples from other countries and the audience went away with lots to think about. For those of us who couldn't make it on the day, John Whitelegg has kindly shared his presentation slides with us and they can be viewed by clicking this link.
Any use should please be acknowledged as: "John Whitelegg's presentation to the CPRE Herefordshire AGM on 13.10.18", thank you.
In addition to the AGM, we hold occasional events that have relevance to the issues facing the county.
Events in 2018
Those Blue Remembered Hills - Valued Landscapes in a Time of Change
Thursday 26th April 2018. 7.30pm at the Courtyard Theatre, Hereford.
In 2017 we held two such events.
4th March 2017 Study Day, the environmental effects of Intensive Poultry Units (IPUs)
Combining presentations, including from the farming community, and workshops led by planning consultants, the day provided an opportunity for people to hear in some detail about the responsibilities of Planning Authorities and the Environment Agency, as well as the environmental effects of these industrial units.
13th October 2017 HCPRE Autumn Conference, Brexit opportunities and risks for the countryside
HCPRE brought together local and national views on the issues facing the Countryside following BREXIT.
Speakers included the Friends of the Earth, the Wye & Usk Foundation, and experts from the farming community including the National Farmers Union and Farm Advisors. Both morning and afternoon sessions were followed by a Q & A session to a panel of the session’s speakers.