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Paths people had walked on over Leckhampton hill for years were blocked when Henry Dale bought the hill in 1897. Thousands of people tried upholding the rights of way with demonstrations year after year but it took a group of local working men to stand up to Dale, but they paid the price. Local historian Neela Mann tells the story.
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