Gordon Hunter

Gordon Hunter

Director, Lincolnshire Community Foundation from 2002

Gordon Hunter is director of the Lincolnshire Community Foundation, which he started in 2002. 

His 37-year background is in HR, industrial relations and community work, for years as a poacher (and bidder), now turned gamekeeper. 

His ambitions are to become immune to buffets, to promote common sense and to expel thoughtless jargon.

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Pink Floyd t-shirt

A walk through town prompts Gordon Hunter to think about the changing demographic of today's workforce.

Culture Secretary's sleight of hand: what a performance

Gordon Hunter has spied a trick in the philanthropy announcement by the Culture Secretary this week, but he's not fooled.

Big Society on a local scale

Big Society offers communities the chance to change their ways, notes Gordon Hunter as he offers some big ideas devised for a local action plan.

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