Andrew Pendleton wrote for Tribune on the 87th anniversary of the Kinder Scout trespass about the need for change to the way England’s land is owned and managed:

70 years on, our national parks are worth celebrating. But 87 years since the Kinder Scout trespass, not much has changed about English land, its ownership, our collective rights to enjoy its rich pleasures and to benefit from its preservation and restoration.”

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