Felicity Robinson (MA, MRTPI, CMLI) has the valuable and unusual combination of a 35+ year career background in local government (planning, landscape architecture, ecology, open space policy) as well as in art and education. She has an excellent track record of supporting open space and school grounds development with an emphasis on ecology, conservation and management of natural habitats.
Education experience includes supporting teachers with curriculum development, using the outdoors as a learning resource, delivering inclusive play design, environmental play and art workshops, early years and school grounds development facilitation, training, advice, and curriculum linked education programs.
She is also a consultant and accredited trainer for the RHS and for the national school grounds charity Learning through Landscapes (LTL). Felicity has written some of LTL's resources for schools and is joint author of a publication 'Naturally Inclusive' focusing on design for play that also supports special needs.
As an artist, Felicity is immersed in the natural world, making organic abstract artwork, and supporting artists to discover their own creative voice through experimental workshops.