Meet Our Team

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Meet Our Team

Our Membership Recruiters

A vital link between the fantastic work that we do and the members of the public that wish to support us, our membership recruiters are often the first point of contact for people discovering Kent Wildlife Trust for the first time.

They’re a small team of four who are employed directly by Kent Wildlife Trust and travel the county encouraging the public to learn a little more about Kent’s wildlife and support our work in protecting and restoring it.

Almost a third of our income from charitable activities is from membership subscriptions and we depend upon people engaging with our recruiters and committing to support us, even with just a few pounds a month.

If you see one of our recruiters at a venue near you then say hello and find out more about our work, how you can support us and how you can help nature in Kent.

Adam Wardley

Regularly out and about across our beautiful County, Adam may be somewhat of a familiar face! Next time you see him, say hello and find out more about what we do – he’s a great source of wildlife knowledge and how to find your local nature reserve.

Jenny Turner

Jenny is always eager to talk to people about the work we do. She has a huge passion for nature and loves to meet Kent’s residents to show them how they too can help protect our local wildlife.

Leah Cardin

Leah has a deep understanding of the things you can do on a smaller scale to welcome nature into your life. She’s a keen crafter and combining both of these things has seen her create amazing wildlife-inspired creations such as bug habitats, wearable art and miniature collectables.

Nigel has an overwhelming commitment to wildlife. A landscaper by trade, he looks to incorporate wildlife in much of what he does outside of the Trust, as well as communicate the importance of wildlife on the days he works for us.

Robin Oakley

Robin is a wildlife enthusiast, with a combined passion for nature and love of talking to people. Knowledgeable about a whole range of wildlife areas, be sure to chat with him if you are looking for advice or guidance on how you can help.