Our Staff

We are proud to work with some of the best practitioners in the UK and the world.

Our staff have dedicated their work life to creating communities where our natural environment is cared for, where we can have lots of fun whilst supporting each other to be well and live fulfilling lives.

Marina Robb

Marina Robb

Founder and Managing Director of Circle of Life Rediscovery CIC, a leading outdoor learning organisation.

Mark Lloyd

Mark Lloyd

Mark has always had a keen interest in the environment and working with people.

Kate Macairt

Kate Macairt

Kate is an experienced Play Therapist and Child Counsellor with a background is in Expressive Arts Education

jon cree

Jon Cree

Jon’s passion is reconnecting people of all ages to the natural world with a view to facilitating compassionate relationships in communities.

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Louise Hack

Louise is a qualified teacher and Forest School practitioner with over 20 years of experience working in schools as Early Years lead, Specialist Early Years and Literacy leader, Deputy Head and Head of School.

Harriet Holmes

Harriet Holmes

Harriet started working for Circle of Life Rediscovery in 2013. Mainly office based, Harriet takes care of the marketing, bookings and general office!

Jo Walker

Jo Walker

Jo started her office based role for Circle of Life Rediscovery in 2019 and takes care of bookings, forest school shelters, staff and volunteers.

Marie Helene Dalila Boyle

Marie-Helene Dalila Boyle

Marie-Helene is a transpersonal integrative psychotherapist who now works in nature, inspired by the wild therapy movement.

jennie lamb

Jennie Lamb

Jennie is an enthusiast for learning and development; her career path has provided numerous opportunities to develop training packages.

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Rivkah Cummerson

Rivkah’s working life has taken her from secondary school music teacher & youth worker to participation worker with social services and CAMHS.

Charlie Irving

Charlie Irving

Charlie is a Forest School Leader and has worked extensively with children and adults within support roles and is a team member of The Woodland Project.

Anna Richardson

Anna Richardson

Anna is an author, Forest School facilitator and trainer and is enthusiastic about the uses of wild plants for medicine and practical crafts.

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