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Tom CockbillTom Cockbill

Position: Director and Founder of Wild Elements

Tom is one of the co-founders of Wild Elements and is the lead on most of our activities. Most people will get along well with Tom but be forewarned about his terrible sense of humour.  Tom is a trustee of Forest School Wales.

Fun Fact: Tom leads Forest Schools, playschemes, and theme days in the woods, and in his spare time he is a keen gardener.

Katy HainesKaty

Position: Director

Katy is a keen outdoors woman and has been with Wild Elements since 2014, she is now one of the Wild Elements Directors.

websitej.jpgJago Williams

Position: Funding and Capacity Assistant

Jago has volunteered with Wild Elements since November of 2014, working as a translator, proof-reader and Forest School assistant.  She also assists with project development and writing grant applications.

Fun fact: Jago didn’t need to borrow or buy clothes for the Pirate Parties – she had them anyway!

Aaron JonesMember of Wild Elements staff

Position: Marketing Assistant and Artist

Aaron has been with Wild Elements since 2014 and has set out on improving our website and online presence, and has also assisted in many of our outdoor activities and shows.

Fun Fact: Aaron isn’t actually blond any more but he keeps using the same picture whenever he needs one.

Rheon Roberts Rheon Wyn Roberts

Position: Bushcraft Demonstrator

Rheon has volunteered with Wild Elements since May 2014, attending shows and helping out with practical site tasks and playschemes, and is one of our most experienced bushcrafters.

Fun fact: Rheon had only walked up Snowdon once before working on a footpath building team in Snowdonia, and has always lived in Llanberis at the foot of Snowdon.

Neil Cowley

Position: Community and Schools Engagement Officer

Neil joined us in 2017, and leads playschemes, Forest Schools and gardening clubs.

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2 thoughts on “Meet the team

  1. Dear Tom Cockbull,

    My name is John Lewis and I am a mature student at Bangor University, studying the BA(QTS) Primary Education Degree. As part of my course, I have been asked to organise a 1 week Alternative School Experience, for week commencing 27th March. Since being introduced to the concept of Forest Schools by my lecturer Elin, I am fascinated by how it all works and would love to be involved in the work you do at Wild Elements. Would you be able to give me the opportunity to do my Alternative School Experience at Wild Elements?

    Kind Regards,

    John Lewis.

    P.s. I also possess a terrible sense of humour and it would be nice to swap some bad jokes with you!

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