Annual grouse shooting season starts a day late for poor weather – Daily Mail

Moors across the country echoed to the sound of shotguns this morning for the country sport staple for decades. The season started a day late after August 12 landed on a Sunday which enthusiasts don’t shoot on. The grouse shooting industry is worth an estimated £67 million, and creates hundreds of jobs, aiding the British economy. The shoot helps to provide game meat to be sold by retailers, which is becoming increasingly popular in the UK.

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