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.

 

Latest News

Game Tasting at Blacksmith's Arms Lastingham

31st October 2018

A fantastic free Game Tasting evening was held at the Blacksmith's Arms Lastingham on Sunday evening and what a resounding success it was.  A great turnout of people enjoyed samples of various game dishes, shared recipes, tips and had chats with local Game keepers which were all on the "menu" for...

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GAME ON ...............................................

17th October 2018

GAME ON’ AS NORTH YORKSHIRE GROUSE HITS LOCAL MENUS AND TOP RESTAURANTS IN LONDON  Despite widespread cancellations this grouse season, estates in the North Yorkshire Moors Moorland Group (NYMMO) are witnessing healthy, and in some cases full shooting programmes which in turn continues to b...

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Children Loving The Great Outdoors

15th October 2018

A 6 Year Old and a 7 Year Old out on the moors!How much fun do you think they could have in the middle of Storm Callum on Saturday?Quite a lot judging by the photos.These 2 were helping out on a shoot day doing some grouse beating, they walked miles with absolutely no comp...

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