THAT WE STILL have so much countryside and so many ‘icons of England’ left to celebrate is in large part down to the work of the Campaign to Protect Rural England’s volunteers and staff. Opposing unnecessary developments, offering advice on affordable housing for rural areas and greening the ‘Green Belt’ all help to ensure the continued existence of a beautiful, tranquil and diverse countryside for everyone to enjoy. From Leo Hickman’s childhood memories of cattle grids, to the view from Jon Snow’s bedroom window,

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