Clare Mahdiyone
Chief Executive

Has responsibility, under the overall guidance of the trustees, for developing and planning the strategic direction of the organisation to support its overall aims.

 

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Deb Coleman

Operations Manager

 

Coordinates all issues relating to business and financial management within the organisation.

 


Deb Coleman

Carolyn Buckley
Project Office Manager

Manages the day to day running of the office, website, and Friends' memberships, encouraging sustainable practices in all areas.

 

Carolyn

 

Julie Wickham
Fundraising and Marketing Manager and GEM Navigator Developer

Is responsible for community and corporate fundraising and marketing, along with supporting those furthest from the jobs market.

Holder of Great crested newts survey or research class licence(level 1) (CL08) 

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Tamsin Bent
Project Officer

Is responsible for all aspects of her project work, encompassing biodiversity and widening participation.

 

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Richard Lewis

Project Officer

 

Is responsible for all aspects of his project work, encompassing biodiversity and widening participation.

 

Holder of Great crested newts survey or research class licence

(level 1)  (CL08)

 

 

 

 

Richard Lewis

Fred Miller
Project Officer

Is responsible for all aspects of his project work, encompassing biodiversity and widening participation.

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Deb Roberts

Project Officer

 

Is responsible for all aspects of her project work, encompassing biodiversity and widening participation.


Also, SVP ecoshop sales staff

Works one Saturday a month in the shop along with other times as needed.

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Katherine Hallewell

Project Officer

 

Is responsible for all aspects of her project work, encompassing biodiversity and widening participation.

Katherine

Nadine Smykatz-Kloss

Project Officer

 

Is responsible for all aspects of her project work, encompassing biodiversity and widening participation.

Nadine

 

Cybele Marchant

SVP ecoshop sales staff

Works one Saturday a month in the shop along with other times as needed.

 Cybele Marchant

 

Do you want to be out in nature in spring, looking for wildlife?

Survey trainingEvery Thursday in May and June 2018 we will be surveying the wildlife along the Nailsworth Cycle Path. We will be looking for signs of mammals, old trees and potential tree roosts for bats. We will also put up a bat detector for one week and identify the bat calls we record.

The survey techniques we will be using are:

  • Tree identification
  • Bat roost identification
  • Mammal signs
  • Phase 1 Land Use Survey

You don’t need any previous survey skills, as we will train you in the survey techniques.

MeadowSurvey CopyrightDeborahRoberts P1290953We will go out from 10am to 3pm on Thursdays in May and June starting on 10th May. Please bring suitable clothing (raincoat, sturdy shoes), flask or water, lunch and snack.

If you can’t make the surveys, but have seen wildlife or rare plants along the cycle path, we would also like to hear from you. 

 

 

Photo : Copyright Deborah Roberts

You can either meet us at the meeting points by car or you can walk or cycle to our meeting points.

Contact Stroud Valleys Project for further details on 0453 753358.

Stroud Valleys Project is a limited company,
registered in England and Wales.    

Registered number: 2224016    

Registered charity number: 900107

Stroud Valleys Project,
8 Threadneedle Street,
Stroud,
Gloucestershire,
GL5 1AF

Tel: 01453 753358

Fax: 01453 755641

Email: info@stroudvalleysproject.org

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