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Our Team

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Paul Hopper -
Senior Biologist

 

Paul is delighted to join the OHFT as Senior Biologist. Paul’s grandfather introduced him to fishing at a young age and grew up on the banks of the South Tyne so naturally became a passionate salmon angler. Paul studied fisheries management through Inverness College and has held many fisheries roles, including several years in the aquaculture industry then as a river bailiff/habitat officer for the Dee District Salmon Fishery Board and also a couple of seasons as a ghillie - one of which was at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle Estate. More recently Paul returned to academic studies and completed a BSc Honours degree through the Open University.

Contact Paul: biologist@ohft.org.uk

Donnie Maciver - Angling Promotion Officer

Donnie is from Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. He was educated at the Nicolson Institute and then went on to successfully complete a 3 year City & Guilds Engineering (Plant Fitter) course at Lews Castle College. Donnie was employed for 24 years at Sportsworld (formerly the Sports Shop) where he managed the angling & outdoor clothing section before joining the Fisheries Trust in July 2005. Donnie is a keen angler with an unrivalled knowledge of the salmon, sea trout and brown trout Fisheries of the Outer Hebrides, and is a member of several freshwater angling clubs.

Contact Donnie: donnie@ohft.org.uk

Administration and Fundraising Officer
Lorraine Campbell

 

Lorraine is from Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. She was educated at the Nicolson Institute and then went onto successfully complete her HND in Administration and IT at the Lews Castle College.  Lorraine has a strong background in administration, working in Falkirk and Glasgow as an Office Manager.  She returned to the Island to take up her position with the Outer Hebrides Fisheries Trust.

Contact Lorraine:  admin@ohft.org.uk

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