CPRE Cornwall announces conference line-up
CPRE Cornwall Conference and AGM
10.00 am, Saturday June 28, 2014
Truro City Hall, Boscawen St., Truro, TR1 2NE
(Truro, Cornwall) CPRE Cornwall is to host a conference that will bring local action groups around the county together for the first time. The overriding theme of the event is the impact on the environment and the landscape, caused by wind turbines, solar farms, new housing and waste management plans.
Speakers are expected from Camel Valley and Bodmin Moor Protection Society, SOUL St. Austell, Friends of Pendower, Liskeard Matters, East Looe Valley Energy Network, Truro Concern and many others.
The guest speaker is Bob Barfoot, who’s been invited to share his best practices for making a successful objection to inappropriate developments.
All are welcome to the event, which will run for just three hours. Registration is open to the public by contacting the CPRE Cornwall offices on 01872 480127 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Annual General Meeting (members only) will immediately follow the conference.
Further information can be found here
Note to Editors
CPRE Cornwall is a registered charity that fights for a better future for Cornwall. We work locally and nationally to protect, shape and enhance our beautiful, thriving countryside for everyone to value and enjoy. Our members are united in their love for landscapes and rural communities and a desire to stand up for this, so it can continue to sustain, enchant and inspire future generations. www.cprecornwall.org
CPRE was founded in 1926. Founded in 1926, President: Sir Andrew Motion, Patron: Her Majesty The Queen.
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