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NickH
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Hello, 

 I am delighted to join this group as a science graduate of over 30yrs and as a semi retired business person from the tech sector (Perkin Elmer and Microsoft). I am also a co-opted volunteer councillor for Great marlow Parish council and a founding trustee of WildMarlow. I am also a Chair of governors for a local primary school in HW so am very interested in local community.

I am very interested in this Lidar work and have a strong interest in how the geology and archaeology of the chilterns links to the wild life.

I  have recent down a full audit of the BMERC wildlife record with a professional ecologist and have plans for community and specialist interest groups to learn and record more wildlife in the chiltern on our patch GMPC.

I have participated in a number of international development activities around the SDG's and even helped a project like this one spotting details on the ground in remote parts of africa using TomNod which i think expired in 2019.

Happy to chat with anyone about this and help with this Lidar project.

Thanks

Nick

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Posted : 03/02/2021 10:33 am
NickH
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Hello, 

Living in and loving the CHILTERNS as a AONB and place for people and wildlife i was really interested to read about this project and here it mentioned on BBC Countryfile recently.

 I am delighted to join this group as a science graduate of over 30yrs and as a semi retired business person from the tech sector (Perkin Elmer and Microsoft). I am a co-opted volunteer councillor for Great marlow Parish council and a founding trustee of WildMarlow. I am also a Chair of governors for a local primary school in HW so am very interested in local community.

I am very interested in this Lidar work and have a strong interest in how the geology and archaeology of the chilterns links to the wild life.

I  have recent done a full audit of the BMERC wildlife record with a professional ecologist and have plans for community and specialist interest groups to learn and record more wildlife in the chiltern on our patch GMPC.

I have participated in a number of international development activities around the SDG's and even helped a project like this one spotting details on the ground in remote parts of africa using TomNod which i think expired in 2019.

Happy to chat with anyone about this and help with this Lidar project.

Thanks

Nick

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Posted : 03/02/2021 10:34 am
CESpicer
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Hello everyone,

I am Clare Spicer. I have always had a love of archaeology and landscape history, as an amateur. I am really interested in the LiDar images, having seen them before on various archaeology programmes on TV, and am keen to get involved.

 

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Posted : 03/02/2021 11:25 am
Drover1
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Hello All!

I'm Nick Gammage, living in Chesham Bois. Born and raised in Northampton (near a cattle market) and living in the Amersham area for the past 30 years, I have for a long time been fascinated by the routes drovers - especially Welsh drovers - took through Bucks and the Chilterns as they drove their herds to the markets and fairs of the Midlands and London. I'm particularly keen to discover more about the holloways, green streets, ponds and Drovers Inns they used. This mapping is already proving invaluable. 

Later this year I will be walking 250 miles from Treginnis Farm near St Davids in Pembs  (the most westerly farm in Wales) back to my home (in Hollow Way Lane!) following as closely as I can routes the drovers took with their Welsh Blacks! 

 

 

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