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Tuesday, 29 October 2019 13:34

2019 Children’s Art Competition - Results

Written by Paul Munns

This is a long standing and well-loved part of the CPRE Hertfordshire calendar, in 2019 the theme was The Trees of Hertfordshire. The children were asked to think about trees; what they look like from a distance or close up, the ecosystems they support and how trees help to keep a balance in nature and the benefits they bring to health and wellbeing. The trees could be in the countryside, in their garden, school grounds or anywhere else. We hope this encourages children to enjoy the natural world through art

Thursday, 18 October 2018 13:30

2018 Rural Living Awards Presented

Written by Paul Munns

We all love to get out and enjoy the Hertfordshire countryside. CPRE Hertfordshire has as its two prime objectives, the celebration and protection of Hertfordshire’s countryside and the rural population living there. The Rural Living Awards are all about celebrating rural communities, particularly individuals, groups and businesses that sustain or improve living in a rural community or sustain or improve the rural environment.

 

Wednesday, 17 October 2018 13:10

2018 Children’s Art Competition - Results

Written by Paul Munns

This is a long standing and well loved part of the CPRE Hertfordshire calendar and this year’s theme was The Sky at Night.

 

 CPRE Hertfordshire's Rural Living Champions have been recognised at an Awards Evening in County Hall

The Rural Living Awards scheme aims to highlight efforts made by groups or individuals to improve life and enhance the environment in Hertfordshire.

The full list of results is now out in our Children's art competition:

CPRE Hertfordshire's Rural Living Champions have been recognised at an Awards Evening in County Hall

The full list of results is now out in our Children's art competition:

We all love to get out and enjoy the Hertfordshire countryside, and people who 'make it happen' have been celebrated in the third annual CPRE Hertfordshire Rural Living Awards.

When it comes to encouraging rural community life and caring for the rural environment, Redbourn is outstanding. That was the verdict of the Judges in CPRE Hertfordshire’s Rural Living Awards 2014.

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