Grouse-shooting season closes after £38m boost to economy
One of the strongest grouse-shooting seasons for many years came to an end this week, having generated an estimated £38 million for the Scottish economy it is claimed.
Sporting estates had been predicting on the eve of the Glorious Twelfth of August, that this year’s late spring followed by the hot summer would meant the prospects were very good.
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