Bill Jenman

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Bill
Jenman
Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)
South West

I'm now the Development Officer for the Quantock Hills LPS, having started in April 2018. My career started with Sussex Wildlife Trust as Reserves Manager for 14 years, followed by several years managing the South Downs Way National Trail. I was then Head of Biodiversity for Wiltshire Wildlife Trust for 3 years before becoming involved in LPS - one year as PO for the Scapa Flow LPS in Orkney and then as Development Manager and Project Manager for the Touching the Tide LPS in Suffolk which ended in July 2016. see www.touchingthetide.org.uk for details. After that I stayed on in a project development role for Suffolk Coast & Heaths and Dedham Vale AONBs before moving on the Somerset.

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