Terry Nutkins remembered for compassion
A TRIBUTE has come for "wonderful" wildlife presenter Terry Nutkins, pictured, who has died of acute leukaemia aged 66.
Cirencester public relations adviser Robin Thompson said the naturalist and author, known for his appearances on children's programme Animal Magic and The Really Wild Show, had "left a huge gap in those dedicated to promoting the world of wildlife".
He said: "I worked with Terry in the 1990s as his aide around northern nuclear power stations where he explained the benefits of nuclear power and how he believed there was no threat to wildlife close to the stations.
"He was the ultimate dedicated professional who loved the animal kingdom. I was privileged to share some of his huge knowledge and compassion which was presented to school children during our tour for Nuclear Electric.
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"Terry was always there for me and my family. When I was a member of Cirencester Rotary, he brought his chum Johnny Morris free of charge to a dinner meeting and presented the most superb evening of anecdotes to the audience. He was a wonderful, funny, articulate man and I will miss him dearly."