North Yorkshire Moors Moorland Organisation

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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.

 

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4 Monumental Days at BBC Countryfile Live Castle Howard

18th August 2019

The team effort shown on the National Gamekeepers Organisation stand was truly phenomenal bringing together so many of the top country sports organisations to deliver a quality experience to all who visited.There are just so many highlights that we can't name them all so apologies for anyone mis...

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Day 3 Completed at BBC Countryfile Live North

17th August 2019

Following a very wet and muddy start the sun brought the visitors out and the crowds were still there at closing time this evening.The fantastic collaboration on The National Gamekeepers' Organisation stand of some of the top Country Sports organisations is certainly living up to expectations. ...

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Day 2 Completed at BBC Countryfile Live North

16th August 2019

🌧 ☹️ RAIN STOPPED PLAY 🌧 ☹️Top Highlights today on the National Gamekeepers Organisation stand at Castle Howard.Live interview with BBC Radio Humberside and our very own NYMMO Gamekeeper Tom talking all things Moorland.Lots more of the 3 “E’s” - Excitement, Ed...

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