The Kent Branch Of The Campaign To Protect Rural England

The Kent Branch Of The Campaign To Protect Rural England

Charity information

The Kent Branch Of The Campaign To Protect Rural England

Founded in 1929, CPRE Kent is a conservation charity that campaigns to protect the Kent countryside from inappropriate development. CPRE Kent also campaigns on a range of other issues such as littering, pollution, heritage, landscape, light pollution, noise pollution and quiet lanes and the use of local produce. We aim to support villagers and communities to encourage a living and vibrant countryside and to preserve our flora and fauna for future generations.

Founded 1929

  • Mission statement

    To work to protect and promote a beautiful and living countryside for current and future generations

    To campaign to ensure that, when development takes place in Kent, it does so in ways and at locations which, ultimately, minimise damage to the countryside.

    To protect our historic and architectural heritage in towns, cities and in the countryside

    To encourage the sustainable use of land and other natural resources in town and country.

    To protect the countryside and our communities from pollution and littering.

    To encourage the use of locally produced produce and to protect our farms from inappropriate development and to encourage environmentally friendly farming practices.

    To protect the countryside from industrialisation.

  • Aims

    The Kent Branch Of The Campaign To Protect Rural England aims to:

    • Our 2026 vision - A beautiful and living countryside that helps create a healthier, less stressed nation where people are in tune with the environment and aware of their impact on it.
  • Overview

    Established: September 1929

    Registered Charity Number: 1092012

    Board members: 11

    Full time staff: 2

    Part time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 50

    Phone number: 01233 714540

    Address: Queens Head House TN27 0AD

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