North Yorkshire Moors Moorland Organisation

(NYMMO)

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About Us

The North Yorkshire Moors Moorland Organisation (NYMMO) created in 2015 by a collection of Moorland Estates aiming to promote the positive aspects of shooting estates.

Our aim is to highlight the benefits of shooting estates, from the conservation work undertaken to the wildlife and moors but also to showcase the great benefits that are generated to the local communities and economies.

We strive to make a difference, be heard for the right reasons and to help secure the longevity of shooting as a great past-time.

 

Latest News

Vital Water Supplies To The Moors

28th June 2018

During this excessive heat wave that we are enduring at the moment the GameKeepers are doing all they can to help wildlife and animals survive better in this weather. The Moors have lots of man made ponds which are vital water supplies for animals and wildlife.  This lamb certainly enjoyed...

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Saddleworth Moor Wildfire

27th June 2018

The devastating wildfire currently raging on Saddleworth Moor within the Peak District is a harsh reality of what can happen, how difficult a wildfire is to bring under control, and the devastation that is left behind to moorland and wildlife.  Gamekeepers and Farmers are assisting the fire service...

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2018 Clay Shoot

22nd June 2018

A great day out was had by all who attended our annual clay shoot at Thimbleby Shooting Ground, the location and staff were as always the perfect hosts and a good turn out of entries were met with some good challenging targets. We had a great turnout of 92 entries in the 100 bird sporting and 15 ...

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