Staff and management


GCER is hosted by Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, who employ our staff directly and provide support for admin, finance and volunteer coordination, in addition to sharing office space. Whilst functioning as a department of the Wildlife Trust, GCER also liaises with a wide range of external stakeholders. These include local planning authorities, national conservation agencies, commercial data users, project partners and local experts.

Newly refurbished mezzanine office at Robinswood Hill Country Park

Our Team


picture of Linda Moore in front of a shelf full of ID guides

Linda Moore
Development Manager

Responsible for Service Level Agreements, data policy, advanced GIS and database development, website development, Ecosystem Service map updates, NBN Atlas uploads and project liaison.

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Rob Curtis
Environmental Records Officer

Main contact for commercial data searches, also data entry, advanced GIS mapping, reporting, volunteer liaison, plant and animal ID and record validation.

Picture of an owl in disguise - awaiting a photo of Zak

Zak Mitchell
GIS Officer

GIS mapping, modelling and analysis. Zak works part-time for GCER and other staff in the GWT Evidence Team. If you get a farm map, Nature Recovery Network layer or other fancy GIS work Zak has probably either created it or contributed to it!

GCER Volunteers


We couldn't run GCER without the help of our fantastic volunteers!

Some stay and contribute for years, others work on a specific project for a fixed time, or help us when they've got a few days spare. Some return for a few days, year after year. Some managed to keep doing remote work for GCER despite the Covid-19 lockdowns. All are invaluable for helping to keep up with the neverending tasks of data entry, document scanning and map digitising that go to make up our unique information resource. More about working with GCER.

CURRENT VOLUNTEERS

(in no particular order! Hover or drag over the list to stop it scrolling)

Nigel Brooke-Smith - regular screening of planning applications, GNS spider record entry
Gethin Bridge - data entry including GNS spider records
Ian Stirrups - GNS spider record entry
Becky Paine - data entry including GNS spider records
Daniel Marshall - GNS spider record entry
Kerry Mitchell - GNS spider record entry
Cathy Booth - data entry, planning checks, GIS, digitising both historic and recent habitat survey
Helen Belton - entering historic bird records, record checking and data imports
Rawson Bradley - scanning archive documents, Key Wildlife Site administration
Steve Satterthwaite - entering historic bird records
Howard Peacey - entering nature reserve management information onto CMSi
Chris Bell - extracting bat records from planning application data, data imports
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