A Salford councillor has said that the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) will have to ‘build bridges’ with the local community, following their culling of deer at the Bridgewater site in Worsley.
Salford Mayor Paul Dennett said RHS Bridgewater had shown “contrition” after the killing of up to ten deer at the RHS Bridgewater site.
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