The SARG Committee
The SARG Committee Team
Chair & webmaster
'Panorama' Folly Hill,
Surrey GU9 0BD
Steve is responsible for the generation and submission of SARG policy and planning to the committee for approval. He co-ordinates closely with the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) Trust and other key stakeholders. He has an interest in nature photography, particularly reptiles. Steve is also the SARG webmaster.
120 Station Avenue,
Surrey KT19 9UG
Tel: 020 8786 757
Kevin is a naturalist with considerable experience from Antarctica to the Amazon, and from whale-watching to swimming with dolphins. He is also an ecological consultant, specialising in birds, reptiles and amphibians. He is a well respected speaker and organiser of ecologically sound tourist expeditions.
Secretary & County Recorder
10 Willow Vale,
Surrey KT22 9TE
Rick is Senior Lecturer in Procurement at The National School of Government. He is also a keen amateur naturalist, and is a published author on wildlife topics. He is Secretary of Surrey Amphibian and Reptile Group, and holds a licence for conservation work with endangered species.
10 Bartholomew Close,
Surrey GU27 1EN
Gareth is a self-employed herpetological consultant, and regularly assists with habitat management across the county. He has been a long-term supporter of SARG having held the posts of Chair and Amphibians Officer.
Jamel is a zoology graduate with a keen interest in herpetology. Due to his work as a ranger with the Surrey Wildlife Trust he has practical experience of the managgement of a variety of habitats. Jamel is SARG's focus for the reptile species, managing the survey and monitoring effort on behalf of SARG and ARC across the west Weald. He also runs the Rare Reptile Course, holds a Natural England licence for all rare reptile species and has an interest in wildlife photography.
Surrey Wildlife Trust Liaison
Fiona provides a formal link between SARG and the Surrey Wildlife Trust. Fiona can provide insights to SWT's strategic goals, and is able to inform SWT of the capabilities that SARG can offer to conserve the county's reptile and amphibian populations.
Robin works for Amphibian & Reptile Conservation (ARC) at the Witley Centre, near Godalming where he is one of a small team of Field Officers engaged in the management of many of the best reptile sites in Surrey. He is also ARC's Volunteer Co-Ordinator for the county and is keen to see ARC and SARG working together to present volunteers of both organisations with as many opportunities as possible to get involved in the conservation, study and promotion of amphibians and reptiles across Surrey.