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Staff

Find out more about our small team of staff below:

Radorshire Wildlife Trust Staff

Jonathan Stone, Reserves Officer

Jonathan has been looking after Radnorshire Wildlife Trust's Nature Reserves since 2004.  He's always keeping up to date with best practice on how to manage land for the benefit of wildlife and does a sterling job with Rob Podmore on looking after the RWT reserves on a shoestring budget.

Contact Jonathan on jonathan@rwtwales.org

Julian Jones, Director Radnorshire Wildlife Trust

Julian has been with RWT since 2000 and has a brief to protect wildlife in the wider countryside as well as overall responsibility for the operational running of the Trust.

Contact Julian on julian@rwtwales.org

Emma Morgan, Administration and Press & Publicity Officer

A local Radnorshire farmer's daughter who worked as a Script Editor in television before deciding to try something new. Emma joined the team in Sept 2005 with her main duties revolving around membership.

Contact Emma on emma@rwtwales.org

Alicia Leow-Dyke, Welsh Beaver Project Officer

The Welsh Beaver Project is run by the five Wildlife Trusts in Wales and funded by players of the People's Postcode Lottery.  Alicia is based here at the RWT office.  With 6 years of beaver experience under her belt, Alicia is well placed to investigate the reintroduction of the European beaver to Wales.  Read more about the project here.

Contact Alicia on beaver.afanc@wildlifetrustswales.org

Rob Podmore, Estates Worker

Served his apprenticeship as a blacksmith and agricultural engineer before taking a change of direction working for the RSPB and Devon Wildllife Trust. Rob has been with the Radnorshire Wildlife Trust since Aug 2006 and regularly supervises the conservation volunteer group.

Contact Rob on rob@rwtwales.org

Nicki Holloway, Finance Assistant

Local girl Nicki joined the team in June 2013 and finished with us in Oct 2018.  (We love this staff photo of us all and will look to update it in the New Year.)

Darylle Hardy, Project Manager Exploring Gilfach

Darylle now manages the HLF Exploring Gilfach project having worked for RWT on many different projects since 2008.  Find out more about Exploring Gilfach.

Contact Darylle on darylle@rwtwales.org

Suzie Fraser, People & Wildlife Officer

With a tremendous knowledge of the outdoors and a gift with inspiring both young and old alike, Suzie enthuses everyone she meets about the work of the Wildlife Trusts.

Contact Suzie on suzie@rwtwales.org

Silvia Cojocaru, Assistant Project Officer Exploring Gilfach

As part of the HLF Exploring Gilfach project, Silvia's role was funded for 6 months (April - Oct 2018).  A wonderful wildlife photographer, Silvia used her talents to communicate what a wonderful nature reserve Gilfach is.  Find out more about Exploring Gilfach.

Barbara Brown, Project Officer Exploring Gilfach

As part of the HLF Exploring Gilfach project, Barbara's role was funded for 20 months. (This came to an end Oct 2018).  Barbara has an incredible knowledge and enthusiasm for wildlife.  In her time with us, she has explored Gilfach and the surrounding area in detail and was the first to spot the solitary long-horned bee Eucera longicornis at Gilfach Nature Reserve, which turned out to be the first record in Powys! Find out more about Exploring Gilfach.