Monday, 26 June 2017

Woman who helped protect our wildlife quits after 20 years

THE chairwoman of Henley Wildlife Group has resigned after 20 years.

Sally Rankin, who founded the group in November 1993, is leaving for personal reasons.

She will continue to lead the group’s monthly work parties in Mill Meadows and will remain nature conservation advisor to Henley Town Council.

Mrs Rankin, 61, of Coldharbour Close, Henley, said: “I have learnt a lot about wildlife in my time and thoroughly enjoyed it. It has been good fun to work with all sorts of wildlife organisations and I have made lots of friends.”

She started the group in order to improve Henley’s open spaces for wildlife.

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