One Tree Hill lies at the northern end of a prominent ridge of hills that has marked the boundary between kingdoms, counties, manors and ancient parishes for many centuries and has been an open space since time immemorial. In 1896 a golf club attempted to enclose the hill.
Local people campaigned successfully and on 7th August 1905 One Tree Hill was “opened to the public, and dedicated to their use, forever”.
The talk will cover the history of the hill, real and fictional, and describe the successful campaign to save it. For further details, contact Sandy.
This sounds fascinating. Really looking forward to hearing Steve Grindley's talk.
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