Chris was the primer mover in the early stages of the project, he put huge amounts of effort into starting the land clearance removing skips full of waste. He is fondly remembered by all who knew him.
Nicole is project coordinator which involves spending most of her time with a strimmer battling the comfrey.
Cathy is currently managing the plantings for the top half of the garden and her consistent attention has made sure everything has survived the droughts.
Mostly does be gardening and watering, lots of watering.
Andrea has been a part of our emergency weeding and watering team for some years now.
A key player in the drought response team Mike has also regularly helped out with major landscaping tasks.
Internationally renowned artist and designer gifted with boundless energy and enthusiasm.
Jet setting entrepreneur and business consultant. James’s enthusiasm seems to know no bounds and the bigger the job the happier it seems to make him.
Al started helping Chris with the wildlife garden in 2014 and has carried on volunteering since it became a BTD project. Al loves photography and is hoping to document the growing number of bee species visiting the site. He doesn’t really do much but makes a good brew, loves to chat and takes wonderful photographs. He also built this web site.
Andy only came to volunteer once but he threw himself into the work with such vigour that we’ve included him here to represent all of the many volunteers that have only come a couple of times but who have all helped move the project on tremendously. There are literally too many to list.