By Barnaby Dracup
Tuesday, 21 December 2010
Team of grouse moor keepers raise £30,000 for local cancer charities.
A team of grouse moor keepers from the North York Moors, including Spaunton Moor, have raised £30,000 in aid of local cancer charities and hospitals, such as the holistic cancer care centre at the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.
The group organised a series of events from a sponsored mountain bike ride and a clay pigeon shoot, to a charity auction, which alone raised £20,000.
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