Decision to have a mass trespass by Archives+ published on 2019-06-04T12:59:59Z Alec Greenhalgh interviews Benny Rothman, who talks about how the decision was made to have a mass trespass on Kinder Scout. This extract is from an interview in which the activist Benny Rothman describes his family origins and his love of outdoor pursuits including cycling, camping and walking. He talks about the Kinder Scout mass trespass in 1932; his involvement and subsequent arrest. This interview is part of a collection of interviews conducted in 1988-1989 by Alec Greenhalgh, journalist and broadcaster, with people across Greater Manchester on childhood, school and early life. Reference number: MANOH/20 Date of interview: 1989 Copyright: North West Sound Archive You can listen to the full-length interview in the archives search room at Manchester Central Library. Digitised in 2019 by Unlocking Our Sound Heritage (UOSH), funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.