Our Living Seas Ambassadors

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Our Living Seas Ambassadors

Living Seas Ambassadors

Within each of the North West Wildlife Trusts we have a Living Seas Ambassador, a Trustee who volunteers to promote and champion our Living Seas work within the Trusts and beyond.

Dr Ann Lackie, Cumbria Wildlife Trust

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Dr Ann Lackie has guddled about on the shore for most of her life. She helped run marine biology field trips when at Cambridge and Glasgow universities, and now leads low-tide walks and (as Ann Lingard) writes articles and  blogs about the Solway Firth and its shores.

Solway Shore Stories

Solway Shore-walker

Duncan Craig, Lancashire Wildlife Trust

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Duncan Craig is a Professional Mechanical and Electrical Engineer who spent 35 years working in the nuclear industry, which included 5 years as Springfields Site Director. In addition to his roles as a Trustee of Lancashire Wildlife Trust and Living Seas Ambassador, Duncan is also a Non-Executive Director of Torus Housing Association. His leisure interests include travel, squash and scuba diving! 

Philip Cheek, Cheshire Wildlife Trust

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Philip has had a varied career, beginning in R&D, then through Sales & Marketing Management across Europe and the Middle East before moving into Human Resources over 20 years ago. Philip continues to work part-time as a consultant to local and national companies and provides many hours of his valuable expertise in this area to the Trust on a regular basis.

Philip`s earliest wildlife memories include Skylarks over the cliffs of Dorset and adders in a New Forest stream. He is an active member of the Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust and involved in cetacean research in the UK & worldwide, he refuses to apologise for his photo which was taken on a research trip off Scotland.

He is our Living Seas Ambassador & plays a vital role in major Cheshire, North West & national campaigns.