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APRS promotes the care of all of Scotland’s rural landscapes.

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Read our input to the Planning Bill Stage 1 Debate at the Scottish Parliament

Read all about what we have been doing recently in our May Newsletter and in our 2017 Annual Review

Member’s Day – Saturday 8 September 2018 – more information

A community response to the planning application for 36 homes at Castlemains Farmproduced by theDirleton Village Community Association

Still ‘Unfinished Business’ Five Years On

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1 week ago

The Association for the Protection of Rural Scotland

It's well worth listening to these local people talking about why Galloway should become a National Park.

Galloway National Park Association
We've been filming across Galloway over the last few days, gathering news and views from some local faces - we hope it encourages you to have your say!
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2 weeks ago

The Association for the Protection of Rural Scotland

We've been on the road over the last few days, interviewing people across Galloway to find out what they think about plans for a National Park - full video to follow soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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