A Glossop farm whose land is one of the region’s top grouse shooting moors is spending £300,000 on conservation.
Thomas Kier, of Mossy Lea Farm, with land bordering the Snake Pass, says the money will restore 200 hectares from ‘barren land’ back into moorland shrub.
Mr Kier told the Chronicle: “We are very fortunate to have such beautiful countryside on our doorstep and look forward to welcoming shooting parties on our grouse moor each year.
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Source:: Glossop Chronicle