A copy of the Countryside Alliance Annual Report and accounts for 2016 and 2017 are available to download below:
Financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2016
Annual Report 2016
Financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2017
Annual Report 2017
New Countryside Alliance board members
Caroline Squire comes from South Dorset, but now lives with her young family in South West London. As well as being a long term member of the Countryside Alliance, she is a member of the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.
Caroline is a graduate of Durham University and is an experienced public affairs and communications professional, with a background in the private sector and political organisations. Caroline has considerable experience working with voluntary and charitable organisations and describes herself as a country girl at heart who is enthusiastic about supporting rural communities.
Richard Hardy lives in Cranborne Chase, Dorset and is a committed and enthusiastic country sportsman in its many different forms. He is a member of several rural organisations and has been a Committee Member of the Association of Masters of Harriers and Beagles. His professional experience is largely in the Defence and Aerospace sector although he now splits his time between that and family land and property interests.
Richard is actively involved in a range of rural activities including Open Farm Sunday and the first Countryfile Live event and feels it is important to engage with the public on a practical basis as well as working closely with other rural and conservation organisations.
At home he has restored and improved nearly a mile of chalkstream now sustaining a healthy population of wild Brown Trout, planted thousands of trees, dug ponds, an evolving wild bird shoot, a flock of Hebridean sheep and hunts as often as possible.