The Green Pages

We are proud to promote the work of these ‘Green specialists’

Meet the specialistsThe Hub

Where the idea came from

In discussions at Middle Marches Events, an idea that cropped up numerous times is how people can find local specialist skills more easily. Middle Marches members have also come forward to ask if / how we can help them to promote their skills. So, from these questions and conversations, we have come up with ‘The Green Pages’. 

The Green Pages will sit under the Middle Marches Hub and list a range of local people with skills in a variety of disciplines, such as ecology, fencing and engineering. You will be able to visit a profile page for each individual to find out more about what they do and to contact them about work. 

We are at the very beginning of developing this part of the Hub, so we would be grateful for your input and suggestions to make The Green Pages even better!

Or share this page with anyone who might be interested in promoting their skills.

Meet the specialists

Tim Selman

My team and I offer a range of services, including quality high tensile fencing – all variants of stock and deer, rabbit, permanent electric systems.

Rob Rowe

I run a number of foraging and plant hunting days, searching for edible and medicinal species. This combines my botanical skills with love of names and story…

Mark Oldham

I undertake general agricultural contracting and maintenance work on all sizes of farms and estates but I have a particular focus on the small farm/small holding sector.

Andy Spencer

I look after the passerine nest boxes for the Upper Clun and Upper Onny Community Wildlife Groups, and private schemes around Bettwys Crwyn, Llanfairwaterdine…

Andrew (Floyd) Harold

I believe the secret to a good gardener is a sensitivity to the needs of the environment. Holistic organic management is ideal to work towards…

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