Helping Cornwall CPRE
Cornwall’s Coast and Countryside is under threat. So how can you help Cornwall for today’s and future generations. If we do nothing then Cornwall willbe spoilt for ever. Once a piece of countryside or coast is lost – then it is lost for ever. ‘It could be your turn next’ is a relevant maxim for those of us wishing to protect the County from poor development!
You can help in a number of ways:
Please Join Us – from £3 per month by direct debit if you choose, CPRE Cornwall receives your fees for the first three years after which it goes to National Office for nationally run campaigns. If you are a taxpayer then each pound is worth £1.25 to CPRE Cornwall under Gift Aid.
Please Donate to CPRE Cornwall either via a cheque made payable to ‘CPRE Cornwall’ and sent to Trustee, Nigel Cooper, Blackberry House, Lower Downgate, Callington, Cornwall PL17 8LA. That will allow us to say a big ‘thank you’ for your generosity. Gift Aid applies to all taxpayers.
Please Donate via your mobile phone into CPRE Cornwall’s Bank account. Please type in CPRE12, £X ( the amount you choose) and text to 70070. The amount will show on your statement as CPRE Cornwall. Gift Aid applies to all taxpayers.
Please Donate via paypal by clicking on the button above.
Please Volunteer – that could mean anything from notifying us of the details of a planning application/environmental issue which concerns you – along with the details – to writing letters to Cornwall Council on a planning matter or to your MP/Councillor. You might feel you have the time to join our Committee which meets four times per year in the Truro vicinity.
Please consider a future legacy for CPRE Cornwall. This may sound rather pessimistic but all charities benefit from those who wish to help future generations. We recommend you contact a well-established firm of Cornish solicitors – Waller & Hart Solicitors of Camborne (Hazelberry, 29 Basset Road TR14 8SH) Please give them a call on 01209 7014064 and ask for Evelyn Allen.
Please Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and assistance on how to help Cornwall CPRE.