Our rivers are our life force and are internationally important for wildlife
Luxton’s role is to lead, manage and deliver the National Lottery Heritage Fund funded Tamara Landscape Partnership. With his team he will deliver the 10 key projects on time and on budget, ensure the partnership remains happy, healthy and collaborative and always look for ways to improve and expand our impact.
Gary is the lead for the Heritage-focussed projects of the Tamara Landscape Partnership and manages the Land Management Officer.
Chris is responsible for managing the finance and monitoring of the Scheme. He also leads on the Tamara Trainees project.
The Volunteer and Community Officer will deliver Tamara Landscape Partnership’s community-focussed projects. They will also manage the recruitment, training and development of our amazing volunteers.
The Land Management Officer will work with farmers and landowners to deliver the New Approaches project.
The Communications Officer will lead on delivering the Scheme’s communications strategy and creating regular engaging and impactful content.
The Board is made up of the partners organisations that work together to make the Tamara Landscape Partnership a success. It provides overall governance for the Tamara Landscape Partnership, although delegation for the day-to- day operation has been assigned to the Tamara Landscape Partnership team. The role of the Board is therefore to provide leadership, scrutiny of the project and, at times and where appropriate, to be a ‘critical friend’ to the project. The Board also holds responsibility for financial management, risk monitoring and strategic management of the project.