Cattle carcass pit evidence is being sought
By James Connolly
Foot and mouth disease could be used as an objection to plans for new homes in Biddulph more than 50 years after the epidemic arrived in the UK.
Gillow Heath residents are convinced that a field west of Portland Drive, a site earmarked for development in the local plan, is also the location of a pit used to bury diseased cattle in the late 1960s.
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