Meet the team
We are currently updating this page but come back soon to meet our new Countryside Rangers.
Liz - Senior Countryside Ranger - Hazeley Heath
Edith - Countryside Ranger - Bramshot Farm Country Park
I'm primarily based at Bramshot Farm. I'm looking forward to seeing how the park develops over time for both visitors and wildlife. I enjoy learning new skills and working outdoors, even in the rain! I have previously worked within conservation charities, so this is a new experience, but one I'm enjoying so far.
Sam - Countryside Ranger - Fleet Pond and Elvetham Heath
I graduated from the University of Plymouth in 2014 with a degree in Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology. Despite having a lot of fun whilst studying for my degree, I decided I would rather be working in the Great British countryside. I began volunteering with the National Trust which eventually led me to the Wildlife Trust where I became a Wildlife Trainee based in West Berkshire. During my traineeship, I’ve been fortunate enough to develop my skills, experience and knowledge whilst completing a range of tasks across a wide variety of habitats. I’m looking forward to continue learning as much as I possibly can during my time at Hart District Council.
Steve - Countryside Ranger
Sarah - Countryside Ranger - Edenbrook Country Park
Laura - Countryside Ranger - Queen Elizabeth II Country Park
Kat - Countryside Ranger - Odiham Common & Hartley Wintney Commons
Lucy - Countryside Education & Events Ranger