Lammermuir Hills

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Lammermuir Hills

(lămərmyo͞or`, lăm`ərmyo͞or), range of hills, East Lothian and Scottish Borders, SE Scotland. Meikle Says Law (1,749 ft/533 m) is the highest point. Sheep are grazed in the hills.
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The Lammermuirs Moorland Group, who support grouse shooting in southern Scotland, are trying to boost the industry by encouraging more people to eat grouse.
Today, neither Dartmoor nor the Pennine Moors support crops and the upper limit of cereal growth in the Lammermuirs is well below that of 1250.
The retreat was held in Nunraw Abbey near Garvald in East Lothian at the foot of the Lammermuirs.
Cereals were being grown on the summits of the Lammermuirs in Scotland at 1,000ft above sea level and English vineyards were so productive that French winemakers tried to arrange trade agreements to exclude English wine from the Continent
With less than three weeks until the start of the season, Wooler-based Sale and Partners have indicated that there are good prospects ahead with some encouraging reports from keepers in the northern Pennines and Lammermuirs.
When my second daughter was born the church congregation gave her a posy of pink roses and her father and I drove into the Lammermuirs and put them down on the moss among the heather.
He said: "I invite her to go just North of the border to the Lammermuirs and look and see what a landscape looks like which is covered in just over 130 turbines and the potential in a year or two for just over 1,000 turbines to be built.
It was an opportunity to buy a little piece of heaven in the Lammermuirs and we will go there when we want to enjoy it in our ownway, nothing more.
The Duke is said to be concerned that the Lammermuirs already have around 200 turbines and believes a further 48 will cause more damage to the landscape.
Delegates will have the opportunity of visiting two well-managed LFA farms in the Lammermuirs to view quality beef being produced in a typical Scottish hill situation.
More chicks than normal are thought to have flourished on the moors across Northumberland, County Durham and Cumbria, as well as the Scottish Borders and Lowland regions of the Lammermuirs and Pentlands.