CPRE urges public to oppose reopening of quarry

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) is urging the public to oppose the reopening of a quarry on Stanton Moor in the Peak District national park. People must object before the planning committee meets on 25 March, it stressed. Allowing quarrying near the Nine Ladies stone circle is contrary to park policies, argued CPRE campaigner Andy Tickle.

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