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  • Spring 2005 Newsletter

    Newsletters

    The Society calls for the countryside between Winchester and Basingstoke to be designated as an official ‘strategic gap’. On a lighter note, local author Richard Adams writes of his lifelong love of birdsong. Spring newsletter 2005


  • Autumn 2004 Newsletter

    Newsletters

    We report from a Winchester local planning inquiry, update readers on the outlook for stone curlews, and feature an ominous Daily Mail report that ‘villages will disappear and rolling fields will be replaced by endless suburbia’. newsletter2-2004


  • Spring 2004 Newsletter

    Newsletters

    Strategic planning issues take pride of place on our front page. On a more domestic note, we feature links with the Micheldever Rail Users Group, and Clive Dixon hands over the Chairman’s role to Richard Cowen. Spring newsletter 2004


  • Autumn 2003 Newsletter

    Newsletters

    Beside news of a record shortage of building land, we report controversial claims by English Nature’s Dr Keith Porter that ‘housing estates in the English countryside would support more wildlife than arable agriculture’. Autumn newsletter 2003