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Sections of Needingworth Quarry have been restored as wetland.

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Insects thrive in quarry wetlands

Award-winning research has shown the blooming of biodiversity at a partially rehabilitated quarry, with a number of rare insect species now calling the site home. Read more »
From navvies to driverless trucks, vehicles have evolved in Doug Prosser's lifetime.

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Oral history project receives grant

A volunteer-led project that will record a community’s quarrying heritage has been granted more than $68,000 in funding. Read more »
The MP2500 is said to be the world’s largest cone crusher.

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OEM responds to efficiency challenge with giant cone crusher

A global equipment supplier has claimed it has developed the world’s largest cone crusher, and that it offers cost savings and increased efficiency to mining operators. Read more »
The disused Cookswood Quarry will be rehabilitated as a recreational park. Source: Shepton Mallet Journal.

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Park development a solution to trespassing

A flooded quarry described as a “death trap” will soon be transformed into a recreational park offering a number of benefits to its community. Read more »


 


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