We are based at Hams Hall Environmental Studies Centre.
The Tame Valley Wetlands’ team would love to hear from you – please get in touch!
What we all do…
Ian Wykes – Development Manager
Ian manages the Tame Valley Wetlands team, working closely with the Partnership Board to help deliver projects which benefit the environment and people across Tame Valley.
Andrew Apanasionok – Water and Habitat Specialist Officer
Andrew co-ordinates projects aimed at river restoration, biodiversity improvements, habitat enhancement and flood management.
Emily Reilly – Support and Education Officer
Emily assists with the planning and delivery of Tame Valley Wetlands projects and the Partnership’s outcomes, including developing bids for projects, organising budgets and running education sessions at Hams Hall.
Su Hartland Smith – Community and Volunteer Projects Officer
Su works with communities and volunteers to develop and deliver engagement projects across the Tame Valley Wetlands NIA. Su also delivers informal and formal accredited training in a range of conservation, environment and heritage skills.
Eddie Asbery – Practical Conservation and Training Specialist Officer
Eddie leads our volunteer group TameForce. TameForce carries out a variety of environmental and heritage tasks across the Tame Valley Wetlands NIA.
Helen King – Willow Tit Assistant Project Officer
Helen is working on our project ‘On a Tree by a River‘ to help restore populations of willow tit in the West Midlands