Brian retires after 11 years

Posted on 22nd October 2014 | in Heritage & Tourism , Northumberland Wildlife Trust

Brian-King-at-Hauxley-Nature-ReserveBrian King, Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Hauxley Reserve Weekend Warden has retired after 11 years with the wildlife charity.

Since May 2003, Brian, who lives a stone’s throw away from the reserve in Hauxley Village, has welcomed thousands of visitors to the reserve, watched and recorded a spectacular array of visiting birds and assisted with the Trust’s fundraising activities, following the arson attack on its visitor centre in June 2010.

Brian will not be a stranger to the Trust however as he plans to join the Friday Hauxley Volunteer Group.

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