CPRW

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AcronymDefinition
CPRWCertified Professional Resume Writer (Professional Association of Resume Writers)
CPRWCampaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (UK)
CPRWConvention on the Political Rights of Women
CPRWCommander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing
CPRWCzech Pattern Recognition Workshop (Czech Society for Pattern Recognition meeting)
CPRWComparative Politics Research Workshop (Ohio State University)
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The Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales found incorrect information was submitted to Anglesey Council as justification for the development.
The Village Bakery is the first ever organisation in the county borough of Wrexham to be presented with an environmental and social sustainability award by the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (CPRW).
The Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (CPRW) says the disappearance of the boxes poses problems in areas with patchy mobile signals.
However, the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales objected to all three, while Vale AM Jane Hutt and Vale MP Alun Cairns expressed constituents' concerns about noise levels, possible extra traffic and damage to the local environment.
An application has now been made to the council to register the site as a new village green - a move which is being supported by organisations including Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales and community leaders.
SMAG has nominated Geoffrey Sinclair - a consultant for the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales - to speak for them.
The Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales said 1,300 individuals had objected.
The organisations, the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales, the National Trust (Wales), the Ramblers' Association (Wales), the Wildlife Trusts (Wales), the Council for National Parks and the Snowdonia Society, have written to Patricia Hewitt, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, to protest.
LAST Saturday the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales hosted a hustings in Beaumaris to hear what plans the political parties have for Ynys Mon.
Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's are selling the fuel for less than the symbolic level, but countryside group the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (CPRW) said people beyond urban areas are effectively excluded from the price drops.
Vic Warren Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales, Pontypool
Aberwheeler Community Council and the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales also lodged objections.
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