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Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales
Wales' foremost landscape Charity founded in 1928
Protect and care for all Welsh landscapes
Champion their responsible use
Provide a voice for rural communities
Promote appreciation of the heritage and culture of rural Wales
Through the generosity of our members and those who support what we do
Because they provide for our daily needs and enhance our personal wellbeing
£2.15 a month, helps us protect rural Wales.
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CPRW welcomes Jules Hudson as its new President ....
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CPRW challenges integrity of the Environment Bill. CPRW submission highlights the lack of reference to landscapes or Protected Landscapes as crucial components of an effective approach to the management of Wales' natural resources. See here>>
An end to onshore wind in Wales?
CPRW welcomes the long awaited demise of Onshore wind See here>>
CPRW calls for greater leadership to promote the benefits of Wales' iconic Designated Landscapes, in its representation to the Independent Review Panel now considering the Governance of Wales' National Parks and AONBs See here >>
NRW failing the landscapes of Wales, CPRW tells Assembly Environment Committee why:
See here >>
Brecon, and Radnor and Montgomery Branch slam pproposed LDP as "not fit for purpose" See here>>
"Landscapes for Everyone"
CPRW joins with others to promote the value and benefits landscapes provide
Review of Designated Landscapes in Wales
The Independent Review Panel recommendations from Phase 1 of their work have now been published See here. In the meantime the Assembly's Environment Committee, still maintains following our representations that National Parks should lose their planning status.
See our evidence here ››
Motorway madness !!
CPRW supports the call to prevent the £1b destruction of the Gwent Levels.
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Oppose Welsh Government madness here>>
Worrying issues as th
e Minister of Natural Resources introduces powers to change the status of National Park Planning rili
PRESS RELEASES Here>>
Content last updated
June 26th 2015