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Please sign CPRE's national Charter to Save Our Countryside and show decision-makers how strongly people feel about our beautiful landscapes and rural communities.

 

Published in News
Saturday, 30 June 2012 10:38

Trap Grounds

The Trap Grounds is six acres of reedbed, ponds, and woodland in suburban north Oxford. They were successfully registered as a Town Green in 2006 after a four-year legal campaign by the local community.

Published in News archive
Friday, 01 June 2012 10:12

The Abingdon Reservoir Proposal

CPRE Oxfordshire opposes the proposed Upper Thames Reservoir near Abingdon. Thames Water should concentrate on reducing leakage, improving water conservation and identifying more environmentally sustainable solutions to future water supply.

Published in News archive
Tuesday, 11 September 2012 11:03

Walk the Green Belt Way

The Oxford Green Belt Way is a 50-mile circular walk through Oxford’s glorious Green Belt. Walk it and explore historic villages and picturesque riversides, and discover new views of Oxford’s dreaming spires.

Published in Get involved
Monday, 03 September 2012 11:09

Banbury airport 'pie in the sky'

Good grief! Massive airport somewhere near Banbury suggested

Published in News archive
Friday, 19 August 2011 15:59

Water matters

It is said that the south east of England has less water per head available than countries such as Sudan. This puts a premium on conserving every drop we have in the most sensible way possible, including reducing use and waste, and recycling wherever feasible.

Published in In depth
Friday, 19 August 2011 11:36

Hedgerows matter

Hedgerows are vital for the health of the countryside, but are sadly often overlooked. Many of them are thousands of years old. In a landscape increasingly eroded by monocultural farming practices, hedgerows are the pockets of biodiversity the countryside depends on.

Published in In depth
Thursday, 18 August 2011 14:42

What we think about landscapes

The diversity of the Oxfordshire landscape is being steadily eroded. There is a spreading blandness and loss of character afflicting Oxford and our small towns and the countryside in which they are set. We're ending up with 'anywhere places'.

Published in In depth
Thursday, 18 August 2011 14:13

We cherish Oxfordshire's landscapes

We cherish the Oxfordshire landscape for its beauty, productivity, tranquillity and its intrinsic value in its own right.

Published in The issues

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