Editorial: Quarry gold dust comes to the rescue as councils fight freeze

It has taken the coldest winter in a generation to remind us that a pile of grit is a very useful substance and should be much revered in snow. As Britain slithered and slipped its way around in the recent cold snap, it was our quarries that came to the rescue.

by Alison Carter

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