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Cornwall oystermen voice fears for the future

Sailboats have been used to gather oysters in Falmouth Bay in Cornwall for centuries, but fishermen there warn that plans to dredge the harbour could ruin them.

Falmouth Harbour Commission insists that the area must evolve to remain viable and that consultants have assed the environmental impact of the proposed dredging.

Louise Hubball reports.

  • 19 Dec 2010
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