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Our Clients

We’ve worked for a long list of organisations of all sorts over recent years. Some of them include:

Scottish Natural Heritage
Oxfordshire Strategic Economic Partnership
The UK Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)
University of Oxford Estates Services
Kent County Council
London Voluntary Service Council
Oxford City Council
University of the West of England (Department of Economics)
Beechwood, Ballantyne & Bidston Big Local Programme
East Herts District Council
Kent Energy Efficiency Partnership

Here’s what some of them have had to say:

“Chris Church facilitated the development of our stakeholder engagement strategy…. The general approach, engagement principles and tools Chris helped us to develop were instrumental in the successful delivery of a challenging consultation process and continue to play a major role in our day to day stakeholder relations. We have been very pleased with the work he has done over the years.”
Owen McGrath, Policy Officer – Scottish Natural Heritage

“Chris facilitated the University’s event at the Said Business School. This involved full support in planning and organising the event beforehand. His experience was particularly valuable in tailoring the programme to meet the University’s objectives and account for the expectations of the diverse attendees. The facilitation on the day was excellent; Chris was able to harness the widely differing personalities and agendas within the room in a positive way to generate a range of ideas.”
Adam Bows, Estates Services, University of Oxford

“Chris facilitated our session and his knowledge was fantastic – the session was engaging and specifically tailored to our audience. Every person who attended thoroughly enjoyed the session and it was great getting to know such a friendly trainer”
Karl Rooney, Beechwood, Ballantyne & Bidston Big Local Programme Manager / Liverpool Housing Trust

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Why the White Horse?

The White Horse on this site is the White Horse of Uffington, one of the oldest surviving pieces of art in the UK. It's a 70m long chalk carving. Its simplicity and flowing lines mark it out as a classic of design. Simplicity and clarity is at the core of my training and facilitation work – essential when training on complex issues! For more on the White Horse and sustainability download here.