Institute of Chartered Foresters admits 21 new members

The Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF) has admitted 21 new Professional Members (MICFor) following its annual professional examinations which took place in November.

Institute of Chartered Foresters admits 21 new members - image: ICF
Institute of Chartered Foresters admits 21 new members - image: ICF

Brocklehurst, Mathew                         National Forest Company

Clary, Bryan                                      Lockhart Garratt Ltd.

Evans, Gareth                                   Consultant

Gato, Tanya                                      UPM Tilhill

Greening, Peter                                 UPM Tilhill

Guyton, Ross                                    Landmarc Support Services

Heald, Andrew                                   UPM Tilhill

Hedges, James                                 Greenwich Council

Hibbert, Stuart                                   Stockton-on Tees Borough Council

Hudson, Robert                                 Cheshire Woodlands Arboricultural Consultancy

Malcolmson, Brian                            Scottish Woodlands

Parkinson, Hamish                           UPM Tilhill

Peake, David                                     self employed

Pursey, Tim                                      self employed

Ramage, Stephen                             Aitchesse Limited

Rolls, William                                    Forest Research

Round, Leslie                                   self employed

Wells, Peter                                      Barcham Trees plc

Wharton, Peter                                 Wharton Arboriculture Ltd

Willetts, Matthew                               Lockhart Garratt

Wright, Andrew                                 English Woodlands Timber Ltd

Welcoming the new members, ICF President, Bill MacDonald FICFor, said: 

"It is a privilege and a pleasure to congratulate the 21 new Chartered Foresters and Chartered Arboriculturists who have successfully completed their examinations and admitted to Professional Membership of the Institute. All of them have demonstrated their commitment to professionalism in our industry.

"Chartered status is a matter of pride for all who hold it. It is also a reassurance for professionals in other fields, for employers and for the public in today's fast moving world.  It clearly marks out that they are dealing with a qualified, well informed forestry professional upon whose advice they can rely."

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