Relive the events of 1906 when a dispute over the 'right to roam' on Leckhampton Hill spirals into violence and rioting. Locals versus landowner - who will emerge victorious? Find out in our audio drama.
The Date: April 13th 1906
The Place: Tramway Cottage, Leckhampton Hill
Leckhampton Hill had long been a place where families would go and enjoy an afternoon out. It was also a short cut for children coming to school from outlying hamlets and villages.
An area in Daisy Bank Road was a place where people congregated at holiday times, Easter in particular, to enjoy the stalls, swings and sideshows which appeared there.