Letter: Gordon Gore will be missed


The recent death of Gordon Gore is a sad loss for all of us.

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I first met Gordie many years ago, when he would come to my classroom to give amazing lessons and demonstrations to my students.

After that, booking a class session at the Big Little Science Centre was always a priority. His sense of fun, curiosity and dedication to teaching science was a part of his soul.

Even when we both retired, he always took and sent photos of the music groups I played with at The Hamlets. He was a true giant.

Helen Nybo


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