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East Midlands


Heather Broughton

Heather's career has spanned almost 40 years working in the public sector in the East Midlands, with strategic responsibilities for the natural and historic environment, heritage and arts, libraries, economic regeneration and adult learning.


Jim Dixon

Jim Dixon is a biologist who has worked in landscapes, public bodies, business and voluntary organisations in a career spanning 35 years.


Geoff Nickolds

Geoff Nickolds spent a long career with Severn Trent Water Limited, for the final 10 years as Conservation, Access and Recreation Manager responsible for recreation, heritage and biodiversity issues across the company's whole region and 50,000-acre estate. This included over 40 reservoir sites open to the public, together receiving over 4million visitors each year.


John Everitt

John Everitt is a British environmentalist who has worked in conservation for more than 25 years.


Mo Cooper

Mo Cooper is a community historian specialising in urban heritage. Her recent projects include her role as heritage officer for the major refurbishment of 75 acres of Grade 2* listed Victorian Gardens in inner-city St Anns, Nottingham, a community archaeology project, and a Deaf Heritage project.


Cllr Jim Harker

Councillor Jim Harker is a retired chartered surveyor, having previously been senior partner in a large Midlands-based firm of architects and surveyors.