Meet the Team


Kenneth Greenway, Cemetery Park Manager

I’ve been employed to work in THCP since September 2002. For fifteen years the Cemetery Park has become a place of immense professional and personal pleasure. It is a place that continuously delights and holds my attention. I love how the Cemetery Park has become a focus of interest and enjoyment to the community that surrounds us. I take an enormous amount of satisfaction from the way wildlife and people have responded so overwhelmingly positively to the efforts of the Friends and our volunteers. My role in THCP has changed dramatically over years but at is core has always been people and the involvement of people in THCP. I love to pick litter, lead walks, talks and volunteer work parties.

Daniel Hall, Cemetery Park Officer

Dan manages conservation volunteers, including large groups of corporate volunteers, and local regulars.  He is also involved in giving walks and talks. He brings practical rangering and forestry skills gained with the RSPB, and scientific experience from time at the Natural History Museum and Zoological Society of London. He is currently studying for an MSc in Biological Recording.

Sarah Tibbatts, Training and Learning Development Manager

Sarah is managing a programme of training and leisure learning funded by City Bridge Trust, Esmee

Fairbairn Foundation and Goldman Sachs.  She also works on fundraising, events organising and assists with the public and corporate volunteering programme. Her skill set encompasses business management, communications, training, education, and practical conservation and she has 25 years of experience across charities, businesses, social enterprises, local and central government.

Trustees and key volunteers

Fran Humber, Chairperson

Works as a Conservation Director for the charity Blue Ventures.   Fran is responsible for overseeing their conservation programmes and partnerships in Madagascar, Belize, Comoros, Mozambique and Timor-Leste. Fran brings an immense amount of experience and wisdom from the charity sector, as well as a deep understanding of what is necessary to secure a bright future for the Friends and the Cemetery Park.

Terry Lyle, Vice Chairperson

Terry was for 22 years Environmental Education Officer of a local charity, working with schools and community groups to enrich parks, school grounds and community gardens for biodiversity and education. Terry is a general naturalist, and has helped make the Cemetery Park exceptionally rich in wildflowers and butterflies.

Justin Leslie, Trustee

Justin is a lawyer working for the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel, where he is responsible for drafting new laws, and working on changes to existing legislation.  He is a local resident who also enjoys running the bar at our annual Shuffle Festival.

Helen Conford, Trustee

Helen is a local resident who has been involved with the Friends since January 2016. Publishing director at Penguin Press, she commissions a wide range of non-fiction with a particular interest in ecology, and has worked with George Monbiot, James Rebanks, Colin Tudge and Eric Schlosser. In her role as a Trustee she brings to bear her expertise in communications, public engagement and strategic planning.

Marilyn Baltutis, Trustee

Marilyn is a local resident who has enjoyed the cemetery for over 30 years, and is now particularly involved in interpreting its history.  She brings a wealth of experience as a primary school teacher, conservation volunteer and Scout leader.

Angela Silvester, Office Volunteer

Angela provides invaluable support in the Friends office, with databases and financial controls.  She is a trained Legal Secretary who also brings experience in University administration from her years working for Barts and The London medical school.

Rowland McCready, Conservation Volunteer

Roly is a stalwart of keeping the Cemetery Park safe, clean and tidy, especially when the paid staff take leave.  He brings horticulture and conservation experience from his time with pioneering social project and FOTHCP partner Grounded Ecotherapy.