Lucy joined the team in 2018. Wild about wildlife, conservation, heritage and landscape art, she loves enthusing others about what they can see around them.
Your Wildlife Engagement Officer
Daniel is an avid birder and mental health advocate. He seeks to integrate these interests into supporting communities to improve their health and wellbeing through nature based activities, benefitting both people and wildlife.
With an ambition to croft in the Scottish highlands, Tom is all things countryside, especially if hedge-laying is involved.
A genius with numbers and keeping the budget in the black. In her spare time, Man-Lan volunteers with the local hospital, massaging the hands of patients.
Scheme Trainee (Year 1)
With his new-found ability to carve wood with a chainsaw (amongst other skills!), Ben is now looking to develop his career in conservation on the south cost.
Scheme Trainee (Year 2)
Jake joined the team in April 2018 as the second scheme trainee. Jake has recently returned from a tour of India and is passionate about sustainability issues.
Scheme Trainee (Year 3)
Chloe first became involved in practical conservation in Devon doing work such as fencing, hedge laying and step-building. This affirmed her true passion to be in nature conservation, which led her to support the Trust and Nuneaton council. She has a particular interest in bees and their pollinating behaviour and is working towards being a reserves officer.
Scheme Trainee (Year 4)
A recent Zoology graduate, Rhiannon saw to develop her practical skills by volunteering at the Trust. Inspired by their work, she now aims to encourage others to engage with nature. Rhiannon has a particular interest in moths, after having the opportunity to study them in Ecuador.