Who we are
We’re looking to revive CPRE Lincolnshire, which closed a few years ago when the pool of volunteers became too small for it to operate effectively.
We’re looking for volunteers who are passionate about the Lincolnshire countryside to help us rejuvenate the group. Could you become a County Coordinator to grow support and network with other local action groups?
If you’d like to find out more and have a chat with our friendly team, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch.
You could also join our new network of Local Transport Volunteers and become part of a national project aimed at improving the public bus services for rural communities.
We’re pleased to say that we’re recruiting for some key volunteer roles to revive this group in Lincolnshire. Why not visit our Volunteering page to discover what’s on offer?
Please get in touch about anything countryside, environment or climate related and we’ll try our best to help.. If you have a planning query, you can download our handy resource guide on How to respond to planning applications – CPRE
Please do get in touch about anything countryside, environment or climate related and we’ll do what we can to support.
We’re delighted to report that CPRE has recruited two part-time members of staff as part of an innovative new year-long project called the ‘3 Counties Project’. The two new positions will be providing direct support to CPRE Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire – both in digital and community engagement.
About CPRE, the countryside charity
We’re working for a countryside that’s rich in nature, accessible to everyone and playing a crucial role in responding to the climate emergency.
With a local CPRE group in every county, we’re advocating nationwide for the kind of countryside we all aspire to: one with sustainable, healthy communities and available to more people than ever, including those who haven’t benefited before. We stand for a countryside that enriches all of our lives, nourishing our wellbeing, and that we in turn nourish, protect and celebrate.
We’ve worked for almost a century to support and promote the countryside, and we’ll be doing this for generations to come. That’s why we call ourselves ‘the countryside charity’.