Derbyshire CPRE’s dedicated core team and committee includes experience in local business and government, education, landscape design, development planning and marketing.
Tim Silvester (Acting Chair)
Head of the Royal School for the Deaf in Derby until his retirement, Tim loves hill walking and all aspects of the countryside.
Isabella Stone (Acting Vice Chair)
Previously in local government policy development and a past chair of CPRE South Yorkshire, Isabella loves rambling, gardening and being in the countryside.
Adrian Watts (Treasurer)
A member of CPRE for over 20 years and treasurer for Derbyshire since 1992 with a keen interest in protecting areas for wildlife and preserving the green belt.
Jo Goddard (Secretary and digital engagement)
Jo grew up in rural Derbyshire and lived in Australia for 25 years before recently coming ‘home’. She’s keen to use her extensive experience in marketing to help stand up for our precious countryside.
A longstanding member of National Trust, English Heritage and Woodland Trust and concerned with all aspects of conservation.
An ecology consultant and CPRE member for many years , with a particular interest in wildlife impacts of planning.
CPRE member since 2012 with a background in farming and conservation work. Keen to maintain the character and beauty of our countryside.
Retired teacher, keeping an eye on planning in Derbyshire Dales. Active with Kirk Ireton Parish Council and their Village Plan Steering group.
As landscape architect, Mary has always been interested in the countryside, passionate about nature and wildlife. She previously initiated a community canal restoration for Derbyshire Wildlife Trust.