He died of lymphoma on Saturday 9 June 2018, aged 57. His legacy is in the parks he managed, the woodlands he planted and the greenspace professionals he inspired. Before he died, he issued a challenge to his family, friends and colleagues: to make woodlands more accessible for disabled people. He was motivated by his interaction with many groups and individuals throughout his career, but also in part by the mobility issues he sometimes experienced during his illness.
Peter's vision is for a non-profit organisation to:
- campaign for improved standards for disabled people
- advise woodland management organisations on best practice
- develop a kite mark scheme to help disabled people find enjoyable and rewarding days out in woodlands across the UK
If you believe in Peter's vision, please help us launch the scheme.
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