Meet the Eastern Moors Team
Danny Udall, Senior Site Manager
My role is to head up the team and coordinate a programme of improvements for wildlife, landscape and for people who enjoy this place as much as I do.
My first encounter with the Eastern Moors was hanging off a rope on Froggatt Edge, a long time ago - the Eastern Moors has changed a lot since then! When offered the role to oversee the delivery of a new vision for the Eastern Moors, working with wildlife and people, I jumped at the chance, who wouldn’t?
John Mead, Warden
The Eastern Moors and Burbage is a constant source of inspiration to me. There is so much to discover and so much to learn by working in this landscape. My role includes co-ordinating the ecological monitoring, working with volunteers, and carrying out landscape scale conservation projects. Being part of a team that cares for this landscape is a real privilege.
Rebecca Wood, Assistant Warden
My role is to help the warden and visitor experience teams in carrying out estate work and habitat management on the Eastern Moors. After previously working for the RSPB in Cambridgeshire, it is a privilege to be back in my home county working in such a rich and diverse landscape. I am looking forward to exploring what hidden gems the Eastern Moors has to offer, as I feel I have only just scratched the surface.
Chris Anslow-Johnson, Project Officer
Natasha Edgington, Administrator
A Derbyshire lass born and bred, the Eastern Moors harbours lifelong memories and remains a place of ceaseless majesty and wonder. I am a champion of conservation and preservation in all facets of society, and cherish the opportunity to work for the Eastern Moors in my role as Administrator. I’m looking forward to immersing deeper into the conservation sector and supporting the array of partnership groups that strive for a balanced and receptive approach to managing this resplendent landscape.
Myles Flanagan, Warden
Having previously worked as a contractor doing land and habitat management works in the Peak District then as a Ranger for the National Trust at Kedleston Hall, I jumped at the chance to return to the Peak. It is a privilege to work in such an inspiring and diverse landscape. My role as Warden will be varied, involving habitat management, wildlife and heritage monitoring as well as working with volunteers.
Louise Baddeley, Community Involvement Ranger
As a walker, climber and caver I've spent a lot of time in the Peak District and have a deep connection to the moors close to Sheffield as a place of wild and rugged beauty. To now be working in this fantastic landscape and passing on my passion to others is a dream come true. My role is all about making sure that people know who we are, why we're here and what we do, to help everyone get involved with us!