Two events have taken place this year and we are planning many more in 2019. Please keep a watch on the web site for details. On Thursday 19th July at 2pm, we visited Lighterage Quay in the historic Port of … read more
For details of the Executive Committee, please see ‘About us’ then ‘Whos Who’ (Elected at the AGM in January 2018. Two other committee members were co-opted in March and April, Jeremy Rowe [Planning] and William Bolitho [Farming and Country Crafts])
Campaigners call for farming funding that will stem loss of smaller farms and the diversity they provide – see the report from our national office here
A First for Cornwall as Bodmin Moor becomes the first AONB to be given International Dark Sky Landscape status
We are extremely excited about the new international designation for Bodmin Moor as a Dark Sky Landscape. Read the joint press release here and find out what CPRE Cornwall and others had to say about the announcement.
The Campaign to Protect Rural England – Cornwall Branch AGM This was held on 27 January 2018 and was chaired by our President Sir John Banham. Executive Committee Officers were elected as follows: Richard Stubbs – Chairman Guy Waller- Fundraising … read more
A new CPRE report reveals that road-building is failing to provide the congestion relief and economic boost promised, while devastating the environment. The report directly challenges government claims that: ‘the economic gains from road investment are beyond doubt’ that road-building … read more
If you fancy taking a gander at the night sky, then you could do a lot worse than #Cornwall. In fact, the county is such a prime star-spotting venue that it ranks as the 4th darkest county in England and … read more
We’ve updated our planning pages – to see how we can help you please click Planning Help.
CPRE President visits threatened landscapes and affordable housing projects The president of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) Emma Bridgewater visited Cornwall on Wednesday (16 November) to discuss pressing countryside issues with local activists. Taking in some of Cornwall’s … read more