Nick became a trustee when he joined Streatley Parish Council in 2014. At the time up to three parish councillors were expected to join the trustees, if only to ensure a good relationship with the council. Since then councillors have left and more councillors have joined, including Joanne Ashmore (see below).
Nick has lived in the village for 20 years and worked locally for most of them. In another 20 years he might be considered a local. He brings IT skills (including this web site) but otherwise hopes nobody notices that he knows nothing about meadows.
Below is the latest available annual report, from March 2020.
Chairman's Report 2020
Nikki should be well known to everyone in the village. She was chairman of the Parish Council for many years, and has been part of Heart of Streatley from the outset. As well as being a First Responder, Nikki also runs a charity that operates in the Gambia. She has also been running the Streatley Emergency Response Group efforts during the COVID pandemic, and often wonders where the time goes.
Robert grew up in Goring attending Goring Primary School. He now lives in Egham with Helen and their 4 children. He worked for the National Trust managing the Goring Gap properties and completed a degree in environmental science basing the final thesis on the yellow meadow ants of Lough Down and Lardon Chase.
He is now working on a review of the succession grassland on the old motor cycle track on the Holies in between working as a national account manager. Robert has also been an Assistant Cub leader for 17 years and an Assessor for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award where he tries to promote conservation and interest in our natural surroundings.
Simon joins us this summer, bringing a wide range of organisational skills and useful contacts
More info to follow...
John also joined the Trustees in 2020. He is well known for his work with St Mary's, and has useful contacts around the village.
John worked for sometime in environmental education, and champions the cause at home, by encouraging an ecologically-rich garden.