The full Petersfield Society website is currently under re-development and will return shortly.
i-Tree project chosen as CPRE Hampshire Award Finalist
We are delighted to announce that the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) Hampshire has chosen the Petersfield Community Tree Project as one of five finalists for its 2018 Community and Voluntary Award, sponsored by The Southern Co-operative.
In addition to this the project has been shortlisted for the CPRE Hampshire's Choice Award 2018, which is decided by public vote, and here we we need your help! The winning project will be awarded £500, which would help to fund the next phase of Petersfield's Tree project so...
Please vote for the Petersfield Community Tree Project at
Voting closes 31 August 2018
Pictured left to right: Graham Brown, Chair of Petersfield Society; Jessica Hughes, Community Investment Manager, Southern Coop; James Deane, Mayor of Petersfield 2016/17; Gemma Lacey, Director of Sustainability and Communications, Southern Coop; Robin Hart, Petersfield Tree Warden and i-Tree volunteer; Julie Yardley, i-Tree volunteer; Andy Moffat, joint author of the i-Tree Survey Report and Trustee of Petersfield Society.
Save trees in Petersfield's conservation area
East Hants District Council (EHDC) has received notice that two of the five mature healthy Western Red Cedar trees at 14 Heath Road are to be felled, and the remaining three similar trees are to be severely cut back.
Petersfield Society is a charity led by volunteers working for the Petersfield community to conserve and enhance the special character of this historic market town and make it a place more attractive, enjoyable and distinctive to live, work and visit.
We are a member of Civic Voice, the national charity representing hundreds of local civic and amenity societies in communities across England.
We aim to:
About Petersfield Society
Our next open Forum will be
Mon 12th Nov 2018
United Reformed Church Hall
More details will be published nearer the date.
The Petersfield i-Tree Survey Report is now available in printed format from One Tree Books, Lavant Street, Petersfield, and can be downloaded in pdf format by clicking on the above image.
The Forum will be in the form of a Workshop to discuss how best we can continue to work with the community to serve the interests of those who live in, work in and visit Petersfield.
Please come to the Forum whether you are a member or not.
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Sunday 5th August
Thank you to all those who took part in this litter-pick. Without your help Petersfield would be a less attractive town to visit and live in!
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