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O Kinder Scout By Kit Tyabandha
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This book was written from a personal experience and attachment of the author with Kinder Scout, which is a peak in the Peak District NP, England. A pilgrimage up there to me always bring... More > understanding, reflection and prayer.< Less
O Kinder Scout By Kit Tyabandha
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This book was written from a personal experience and attachment of the author with Kinder Scout, which is a peak in the Peak District NP, England. A pilgrimage up there to me always bring... More > understanding, reflection and prayer.< Less
Trespassers! - A Tribute to Benny Rothman & All Fighters for the Freedom to Roam By Malc Cowle
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Originally published as three separate books ~ No Man Has A Right To Own Mountains, Connie Gartside’s Triumph and The Bicycle Frame Builder’s Apprentice ~ this is a thrilling story for... More > children of all ages inspired by the memories of a participant in the Mass Trespass of Kinder Scout in 1932 ~ a defining moment in the struggle for the Freedom to Roam in England and Wales. Set in the early 1990s, the narrative documents the adventures of two teenage girls who continue the ongoing struggle against land thieves, sheep rustlers and an economic situation threatening their generation's prospects for obtaining work. The country was in deep recession at the time when John Major replaced Thatcher as Prime Minister. A thoroughly good read, it intricately combines historical fact with imaginative fiction, and ends with a strange and unexpected twist. Published in support of the Working Class Movement Library in Salford - Manchester's twin city.< Less
Trespassers! A Tribute to Fighters for the Freedom to Roam By Malc Cowle
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Originally published as three separate books ~ No Man Has A Right To Own Mountains, Connie Gartside’s Triumph and The Bicycle Frame Builder’s Apprentice ~ this is a thrilling story for... More > children of all ages inspired by the memories of a participant in the Mass Trespass of Kinder Scout in 1932 ~ a defining moment in the struggle for the Freedom to Roam in England and Wales. Set in the early 1990s, the narrative documents the adventures of two teenage girls who continue the ongoing struggle against land thieves, sheep rustlers and an economic situation threatening their generation's prospects for obtaining work. The country was in deep recession at the time when John Major replaced Thatcher as Prime Minister. A thoroughly good read, it intricately combines historical fact with imaginative fiction, and ends with a strange and unexpected twist.< Less
The History of David Grieve By Mrs Humphry Ward
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The History of David Grieve relates the story of two orphan children, being brought up by their aunt and uncle in the lee of Kinder Scout in the Peak District, before 'escaping' to live in... More > the Manchester of the mid-nineteenth century. Mrs Humphry Ward, nee Mary Augusta Arnold,was born in Hobart,Australia, in June 1851. She came to live in England at the age of sixteen and married Humphry Ward who was also a writer. Mary helped found the Women's National Anti- Suffrage League in 1908. She regularly visited Manchester in the 1880's to stay with her brother, W.T. (Willy) Arnold, who lived in Nelson Street and worked as a sub-editor on the Manchester Guardian.An absorbing tale by one of the late Victorian period's outstanding novelists.< Less
The History of David Grieve By Mrs Humphry Ward
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The History of David Grieve relates the story of two orphan children, being brought up by their aunt and uncle in the lee of Kinder Scout in the Derbyshire Peak District, before 'escaping' to live in... More > the Manchester of the mid-nineteenth century. Mrs Humphry Ward, nee Mary Augusta Arnold,was born in Hobart,Australia, in June 1851. She came to live in England at the age of sixteen and married Humphry Ward who was also a writer. She regularly visited Manchester in the 1880's to stay with her brother, W.T. (Willy) Arnold, who lived in Nelson Street and worked as a sub-editor on the Manchester Guardian.An absorbing tale by one of the late Victorian period's outstanding novelists.< Less