If the Kinder Scout Mass Trespass took place in 2016, its participants would likely have been kettled before getting out of the car park and labelled extremists, an outdoors expert said.
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Ramblers will gather tomorrow to keep alive the spirit of pioneers of access to the countryside. It is 81 years since a group of walkers took to th...
Guests at the unveiling of a blue plaque to the Kinder Scout Mass Trespass leader Benny Rothman paid tributes to the man viewed by many as a prime mover in the fight for public access to Britain’s uplands.
More than a thousand walkers braved some of the worst April weather to take to the hills to celebrate pioneers of access to the countryside.
The new president of the Ramblers said the spirit of the Kinder Scout Mass Trespassers must be kept alive in the face of mounting challenges to the right to access the countryside.
Walkers’ campaigners are urging outdoor enthusiasts to take part in a ‘virtual trespass’ as the 80th anniversary of the Kinder Scout Mass Trespass approaches.
A two-year project to create an archive of the Kinder Scout Mass Trespass has received a cash boost. The Peak District National Park Authority’s ...
A historic walkers’ law that naysayers predicted would cause problems will today be celebrated as a massive success.
The British Mountaineering Council’s hillwalking advocate will be among those gathering to mark the anniversary of a historic event in the battle for access to England’s uplands.
A leading campaigner said walkers risked being made into criminals under a planned coalition Government law.
Our rearward glance at a news-packed 2012 includes, as always, tragedy as well as uplifting stories of the great outdoors, and a few oddities.
One of the pioneers of access to Britain’s uplands has had a blue plaque unveiled in his memory. Benny Rothman, a Manchester Communist, led the K...
An author and broadcaster said the Kinder Scout Mass Trespass was as important a part of England’s history as kings’ and queens’ coronations and the story should be on the curriculum in every school.
The village of Edale will resound to the echoes of a traditional ramblers’ song during celebrations of the Kinder Scout Mass Trespass next week.
The children of two of the Kinder Scout Mass Trespassers who were jailed for their part in the incident will take part in the celebrations to mark the 80th anniversary of the event.
Ramblers in period gear will re-enact a moorland walk that led to the imprisonment of five activists 80 years ago.
To the rambler with a sense of history, it is as important as Bannockburn to a Scots nationalist, or Orgreave to a redundant miner.