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Wednesday, 24 January 2018 10:31

Climate change lecture

Professor Kevin Anderson, Deputy-Director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of Manchester, gave a public lecture on 23 January 2018 hosted by the CPRE Northwest Regional Group.

This nationally touring play was held at Tarporley Community Hall.

This year's AGM was held on Thursday, 31st May 2018 at 7pm, and featured Councillor Rachel Bailey talking on HS2 and Cheshire.

CPRE Lancashire was delighted to host over 50 people at their public meeting about planning a green future for the Liverpool City Region on Thursday 19th July, at the Quaker Meeting House, Liverpool.

CPRE Cheshire will make a return to St Mary’s Chapel, High Legh, for our annual Christmas Celebration. This is the family Chapel of the Cornwall Legh family of Lord Grey of Codnor, who is President of CPRE Cheshire.

The Chapel was built in 1581 and is thought to be the oldest building in High Legh. It is thought that the church referred to in the Domesday Book entry on the village may have been sited in the same place as St. Mary’s Chapel.

Renowned flautist, Nicola Gerrard, will play various pieces throughout the celebration, and our chaplain, Rev. John Whitehead, will offer a brief reflection on Neighbourhood and Community. Members are invited to join in singing the traditional carols.

Please join us for a celebration of the Christmas season in words and music, followed by homemade refreshments at the village hall. Tickets cost £5.00 each. Please return the form linked to below to book your place. We look forward to seeing you there.

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Dunham Massey in summer