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Public Meeting: Planning for a green Liverpool City Region

Public Meeting: Planning for a green Liverpool City Region

On the 19th July, CPRE Lancashire was pleased to host more than fifty attendees to an event titled ‘Greening the Liverpool City Region’.  We updated the attendees on the activity of CPRE and showed two films depicting the current situation regarding Government housing requirements and the issues around bring brownfield land forward and pressure to release Green Belt protected land.

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CPRE Lancashire helps residents to remove 50 large refuse bags of rubbish

CPRE Lancashire helps residents to remove 50 large refuse bags of rubbish

On Saturday 29th. September CPRE Lancashire joined forces with Samlesbury Area Civic Society and Balderstone Women’s Institute who jointly undertook a local litter pick. Unbelievably, in just one hour 50 large refuse bags were filled.

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Great news, countryside in Baroldswick saved from bulldozers!

Great news, countryside in Baroldswick saved from bulldozers!

Lancashire beauty spot Greenberfield Locks will stay green thanks to a campaign objecting to 60 new houses on agricultural land in the Borough of Pendle culminating in the refusal of planning permission.

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Branch AGM at Mere Sands Wood

Branch AGM at Mere Sands Wood

CPRE Lancashire members turned out in droves on Wednesday 12th September to enjoy the AGM and the informative talk by Lindsay Beaton as they strolled around Mere Sands Wood, a nature reserve managed by Lancashire Wildlife Trust.  Tea and cakes were in  abundance to reward our countryside loving members.

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