Our current staff are:

Linda Bradshaw-Wood

Linda joined the Denmark Farm team as Site and Volunteer Manager in August 2018 to manage the ‘Get Active for Wildlife’ Project.

She has had a career in conservation and environmental education for the last 26 years, after studying at Merrist Wood Agricultural College in Surrey and gaining a Diploma in Countryside Recreation before moving to Wales in 1997. Always keen to study and learn new knowledge and skills, she recently completed the Certificate in Field Ecology at Aberystwyth University.

She lives near Aberaeron with her husband, after moving from Cardiff 4 years ago. They are both passionate about wildlife and manage their half an acre with various habitats to encourage wildlife.

Linda also enjoys dancing and performing with Tribal Unity Wales in Lampeter.


Since 2018 James is the guy who helps to keep the nature reserve and Denmark Farm buildings in good order. As a self employed maintenance person he has a wide range of practical skills to help us manage all the facilities. Although he has his work cut out, attempting to achieve so much with limited resources, he is always positive to face the challenge. James lives close by with his family and has his own land just up the road which he manages in a ecologically sensitive manner.

Mara Morris

IMG_4255Mara has been working at Denmark Farm since early 2007 when she joined us to support our ‘Natural Links’ Programme, and subsequent ‘Wildlife Where You Live’ project. In 2012 Mara swapped roles to become our Marketing Officer. Currently she is Facilities and Events Manager responsible for developing our eco holiday accommodation, courses and events, campsite, conferences and associated visitor activities.  

Before coming to Denmark Farm, Mara worked in international development NGOs, such as VSO and UNA Exchange, carrying out fundraising, volunteer recruitment and marketing roles. Mara has been living in Wales for 30 years since moving to Cardiff to complete an Arts Degree. In her spare time she enjoys cycling, walking, camping, photography, gardening and various crafts. She now lives just down the road with her small family, 6 chickens and productive vegetable garden.

Marc Richards

img_8363Fe ymunodd Marc a thîm Fferm Denmark ym mis Mai 2016.  Yn frodorol o Aberystwyth, fe weithiodd Marc i Brifysgol Aberystwyth am 24 mlynedd; yn gyntaf yn y Swyddfa Gyllid cyn ymuno ag Ysgol Addysg a Dysgu Gydol Oes fel Gweinyddwr Cyllid.  Cyn hynny, fe weithiodd Marc i Fanc Lloyds am dros 5 mlynedd.

Mae Marc yn astudio am ei Dystysgrif mewn Ecoleg a Chadwraeth drwy Brifysgol Aberystwyth ar hyn o bryd ac mae’n bwriadu datblygu ei ardd i dyfu llysiau a chreu hafan i fywyd gwyllt.  Mae Marc hefyd yn frwd am ei bêl-droed – wedi chwarae a bod yn gapten am flynyddoedd lawer ar ei dîm lleol, Talybont, cyn dod yn rheolwr arnynt.  Ar hyn o bryd mae’n Gadeirydd ar y clwb.

Marc joined the team at Denmark Farm in May 2016.  A local boy from Aberystwyth, Marc worked for Aberystwyth University for 24 years, firstly in the Finance Office and then as the Finance Administrator for the School of Education and Lifelong Learning.  Prior to that Marc had worked for Lloyds Bank for over 5 years. 

Marc is currently studying for the Certificate in Ecology and Conservation with Aberystwyth University and is looking forward to creating his own vegetable garden and wildlife haven at home.  Marc also likes his football, having played and captained his local village team of Talybont for many years, before managing the team and is currently the Club Chairman.