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7th May 2021

BSR Energy have submitted a planning application to cover 190 acres of productive farmland with giant solar power station to be sited between Hazelbury Bryan, Mappowder and Pulham in the beautiful heart of Thomas Hardy’s Blackmore ‘Vale of the Little Dairies’.

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9th April 2021

Please revisit our pubs from 12th April: Pubs and Village Shops are the beating hearts of our rural communities

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Thursday, 08 April 2021 18:06

Star Count 2021 results

6th April 2021

Dramatic reduction in light pollution during lockdown, nationwide Star Count reveals

Published in Current news
Thursday, 08 April 2021 11:03

Sherborne CPRE Easter 2021 newsletter

8th April 2021

Sherborne CPRE Easter Newsletter

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29th March 2021

Residents in Charlton Marshall are celebrating this week the dismissal of an appeal by Hallam Land Management to build 70 homes outside the settlement boundary.

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Wednesday, 10 March 2021 12:30

Dorset CPRE's response to Dorset Local Plan

17th March 2021

Dorset CPRE's Response, including District Groups, to Dorset Local Plan Consultation including suggestions for key changes.

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8th March 2021

Dorset is a very special place. Its environment is our greatest economic asset and is why so many of us live and work in or visit the county. 

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Thursday, 25 February 2021 09:02

State of the Green Belt 2021

25th February 2021

The latest edition of CPRE's regular report on the Green Belt shows that pressures that put it at risk have quadrupled since 2013 – just as our new poll shows how much we value these local treasures.

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Wednesday, 27 January 2021 18:19

Sherborne CPRE January newsletter

27th January 2021

Sherborne CPRE January Newsletter

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Friday, 29 January 2021 18:02

Star Count 2021

29th January 2021

Nationwide star count to reveal lockdown’s impact on light pollution.

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