Our team are all different; they’re on different personal journeys, yet they are all together for the same cause to regenerate UK National Parks. Here are is the team mad enough to take on the challenge…
Team chief technical officer, “14 Days South: Over Sea and Land” film producer and endurance athlete.
‘I have wanted to conquer a big challenge for a while now’
Social Media Marketing Manager
My name is Mirren, I am 22 years old and have been working in Digital Marketing for the past 3 years. I’m excited to be supporting Pedal4Parks in their mission to raise awareness of human impact on our UK National Parks.
Hosts our ‘Mind the Green Space’ podcast
Being from Merthyr and amongst the Brecon Beacon national park, it’s hard to imagine that one day it may no longer be there. I’m hoping that this project will help educate me on more ways to help protect green spaces as they’re so vital, especially now with Covid-19.
PR, Journalism and Blogging
I am super excited to be able to support Pedal 4 Parks in their mission to raise awareness about human impact on the environment. Nature has always been an important and happy part of my life and so I wish to help protect and preserve in any way I can!
Liz Marsland BSc has been coaching since the age of 13 and loved adventures around the world including teaching in Korea, taking kids out on adventure activities in Switzerland, leading tours in Thailand, and working in sports development in townships in South Africa. Her lust for adventure and the outdoors always leads her to seek teams who are doing their adventures with the same passion and values she shares: doing good along the way for mankind and nature! Together with Pedals4Parks, she aims to help them be stronger and more stable for their epic cycle tour and to support them in massage therapy and general silliness as well. Excited to be a part of the team! Find Liz as a PT in South West London www.LMFIT.uk
Hi! I am currently completing a master’s degree in Sustainable Development at UWE and have a marketing degree from Plymouth Uni. Having lived in Plymouth, I have been lucky enough to experience Dartmoor National Park and all its mysterious wonders, and so I am thrilled to be able to support Pedal 4 Parks in their mission to raise awareness for the protection of these precious green spaces. I feel nature and the outdoors are crucial for our physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing, particularly over lockdown, and so we owe it to ourselves and to future generations to strive for sustainability.
Photo credit: Daniel Williams
I’m currently in my final year of studying Environmental Science at the University of York. Green spaces have always been important to me as I find they are a way to escape into nature, and national parks are a huge part of this. Growing up in the county of Herefordshire I was always surrounded by green spaces and would frequently go with my family to the Brecon Beacons or Snowdonia national parks. Whether it was riding my bike, walking or watching the wildlife, it was always guaranteed a good time! I’m so excited to be able to support Pedal4Parks and help reach out to partners who share the same mission of protecting these areas. Particularly since the national lockdowns, being surrounded by nature and being outdoors has proven to be so beneficial for peoples’ happiness and mental health, there is no excuse why everyone should be doing what they can to conserve these green spaces and national parks.
Deon is an accredited member of the British Psychological Society and a professionally qualified PRINCE2 project manager who has led logistical operations for international events. As someone with a passion for the outdoors and the positive impact it can have on our mental health, Deon is excited to join the Pedal 4 Parks team to assist in coordinating the logistics of the expedition.
Photo credit: Daniel Williams