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From Laura Jansen, CPRE Campaigns Team

1 December 2010


Good afternoon Buntingford Civic Society members

I just cannot believe it's December already. This year seems to have flown by!


stop the march of the pylonsNew pylons still threaten countryside
One of our campaigns since last December has been lobbying for any new pylons to avoid our most beautiful, protected and important landscapes (such as National Parks, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Green Belts).

The Government has now brought out a second consultation on planning for new electricity lines. Our protected landscapes are still under threat so we need to keep up the pressure.

Hundreds of Campaigns Update readers kindly helped us throughout the year by responding to the first Government consultation, and lobbying the Energy Minister Chris Huhne. Some of the things you helped us call for have since been incorporated, so we know we are making progress, but we'd really appreciate your help again.

To show the Government how strongly people feel, we've prepared an online postcard for you to send direct to the consultation response team.
> Stop pylons ruining countryside

oppose mega dairyMega dairy campaign continues
You may have noticed all the press around the Nocton mega dairy. Getting on for a thousand people have now asked their MP to sign the Early Day Motion against the Nocton mega dairy.

Thank you very much if you were one of those - this is a wonderful level of support which really shows the Government the strength of feeling about this proposal.

And the number of MPs supporting the motion is going up week on week, which is very encouraging. The planning application is now out, and our local branch is working hard on a robust response.

And we're continuing to oppose the scheme as part of a coalition of national organisations - if it goes ahead, it could have serious consequences for smaller dairy farms and the countryside.
> Email your MP if you haven't already done so
> Read more about our campaign


visit our shopAnd last, but not least…
Don't forget, there's still time to browse our lovely catalogue for Christmas cards and gifts and our stunning 2011 calendar.
> Visit our online shop

Wishing you a very happy Christmas,


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Laura Jansen


Campaign to Protect Rural England
www.cpre.org.uk

128 Southwark Street, London, SE1 0SW
T: 020 7981 2800, f: 020 7981 2899


CPRE is a charity which promotes the beauty, tranquillity and diversity of rural England. We advocate positive solutions for the long-term future of the countryside. Founded in 1926, we have more than 60,000 supporters and a branch in every county. CPRE is a registered charity (1089685) and a company registered in England (4302973).

Your help makes us stronger:
please support CPRE. CPRE is funded by donations from people like you. Every donation you give strengthens our fight for the countryside and helps to protect it for future generations.


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