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Featured Memory: Battles On Knutsford Heath

In the 1960's/70's - (can anybody tell me the actual date?) when the Tatton Estate was being broken up, there was an attempt to secure the Heath for built development. The Knutsford Freeholders who had 'ancient rights' for grazing etc.. over the Heath (and, of course, to hold fairs thereon - especially the May Day) had to go to the High Court to defend these rights. My father was one of the Freeholders and he ...Read full memory

A memory of Knutsford, Cheshire shared by Ian Bleasdale

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