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Moor House Memories - a Social History of a Nature Reserve

A collection of memories and anecdotes from people involved with Moor House National Nature Reserve. Compiled by John Adamson.
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Adamson, J. (2009). Moor House Memories - a Social History of a Nature Reserve. Unpublished.

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In May 2003 English Nature (now part of Natural England which operates the Moor House National Nature Reserve) generously hosted a dinner at the Tufton Arms in Appleby to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Moor House NNR and this was attended by people involved with the reserve over the period. This document begins with the transcription of the speech given by Sir Martin Holdgate which summarizes developments and achievements over the fifty years. Other people invited provided written anecdotes and these form the majority of this document.

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