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Kinder Scout in the Derbyshire peak District is one of the most beautiful areas in Britain. The high moorland has no farming value, yet working people were denied all access. The area was reserved for grouse shooting, a hobby of the rich. In the Great Depression after 1929, walking and cycling were two of the only leisure activities young workers could afford. On April 24th Benny Rothman led the mass trespass that eventually gave chunks of ‘our' country back to us.