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Help inform our reports on the effects of the Credit Crunch

We’ve been asked by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to provide regular reports about the impacts of the economic downturn on rural businesses, employment and households.

These reports will help enable the rural voice and needs to be put to the National Economic Council set up by the Prime Minister in October.

We’re inviting rural and economic organisations, local and sub-regional authorities and partnerships, companies, professional and trade associations, housing and support groups operating in rural England to help us have a constant source of evidence.

Find out more about how you can contribute to our reports

We've already been able to reflect your evidence and experience in our first 'Credit Crunch' report on the implications of the ‘credit crunch’ on rural communities. The findings form part of a report for Government, led by Professor Michael Parkinson.

Download our contribution to the report to government

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