Meet the Staff

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Alison Holland, Site Manager

Alison was appointed camp manager in April 2008 and moved into the cottage with her husband Martin, having previously worked at the Bible College of Wales in Swansea. Married for 35 years, they have three grown up sons, three gorgeous daughters-in-law and two beautiful grandsons. Alison is a trained teacher and has also worked in global logistics for many years.

 

Nathan Holland, Education Ranger

Nathan is usually found in the office working on publicity material or the website during the quieter months. During the spring and summer school terms Nathan is more often found outside working (playing) with the school groups staying on site. Nathan lives in Loughor with his eight year old son, Joshua (who has a cracking left foot) and his wife, Charlotte (who doesn't). He supports the Nottingham Forest and eats lots of biscuits.

 

Jan Manley, Office Ranger

Jan lives in Three Crosses with her husband of 30 odd years and her two grown up sons and likes walking, swimming and cycling. Jan has worked in a wide range of roles in the past including admin, health, social care, welfare, and education. Jan’s job here is largely office based. She makes sure that the school groups that come to stay with us know what to bring, when to come and where we are! She helps to look after the site, and loves feeding the lambs!

 

Tim Davies, Sheep Ranger

Tim grows various fruit and veggies in the allotment and cares for the animals; including chickens, ducks and a goose. He can often be found with the sheep following him around and if it’s raining you may well finding him sheltering (or hiding) in the poly tunnel, but don’t tell anyone. He enjoys running, growing his own food at home, playing board games and exploring new places.

 

Huw Lloyd, Chainsaw Ranger

Huw is responsible for protecting and enhancing 76 acres of dunes and woodland. He installs signs and gates, puts up fences, brushcuts and controls vegetation. He works with college groups and coordinates volunteers. He's pictures here with his dog, Charlie, who is a Dalmatian and one of the most intelligent dogs in the world.

 

Abbie Jebson, Education Ranger

Abbie is a fully qualified teacher and Forest School Lead Practitioner with a background in Zoology. In her spare time she is often found gigging in various venues across Swansea, writing music, surfing or climbing. Abbie’s role at St. Madoc involves working with the school groups, ensuring that they enjoy their stay, get the most out of the activities and don’t get lost during orienteering! Abbie also eats alot of biscuits.

 

Vicky Williams, Baking Ranger

 

Jeong Hye Cho, Kitchen Ranger

 

 

Robert Lyne, Caretaker

 

 


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