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Christmas Cryptic Quiz

Are you a fan of crosswords?  Are you thinking about the season of the year? Follow this link and print our Christmas quiz.  If you think you've done well, send it to us before the end of 2018 with a small donation and we will enter you on a prize…

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A strategy for CPRE Northamptonshire

Here is the recent letter mailed to all our members -  Forward Strategy: from Opposition to Co-operation                                                                  …

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CPRE Northants AGM: 2 July 2018

For our members: in this article you can access the items which are for discussion at our 2018 AGM at Cranford at 5.30 pm on Monday 2 July 2018. To find out more about the agenda and the related documents, follow the links below: Notice of AGM & Agenda Proxy voting form Minutes…

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Summer road show - June 2018

This time the topic was planning applications and how to object to inappropriate ones, with practical examples of successful techniques. We have been asked by some of those attending to make Brian Skittrall's popular presentation on the "planning layer cake" available on our website, and we are delighted to do…

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We need you to tickle your tastebuds

A strong rural economy helps protect local countryside and encourage endeavour so CPRE Northamptonshire is happy to support the Made in Northamptonshire campaign (MIN) in their annual local food and drink competition. The competition, which launches this spring for its tenth year, is looking for CPRE volunteers to become ‘Mystery…

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New: CPRE Northants Community Awards

Over the years, within the list of entries for our Town and Country Awards, there have been some fascinating projects, involving groups of volunteers, such as community gardens and community run shops, that are difficult to judge against the majority of our other entries. CPRE Northamptonshire has now launched a…

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T & C Awards 2017 - the results

2017 saw a record number of 25 entries for the biennial Town and Country Awards. Entries included gardens, restoration projects, shops and a petrol station.The five winners received their awards at a most enjoyable carol singing evening held at Easton Neston Church on 3rd December.  Dr Martin Gaskell, chairman of…

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