Project ID846
DescriptionPat Wilson was a stalwart campaigner for people’s rights to use our network of public footpaths and rights of way. She was for many years the Ramblers’ Association representative in North-West Kent. As Local Correspondent, and later Vice President, of the Open Spaces Society (the oldest conservation society in the country), she also campaigned for the preservation of public open spaces. She founded local walking groups which merged to become the Meopham and District Footpaths Group; she later became their President for life.
TopicSocial history
TypeU3A-led research (not an SLP)
U3AMeopham U3A
Organization/partnerCitizens 800, Royal Holloway College
Year started2018
Source of referenceCitizens 800 website
OutputNone known
NotesThis is one of number of SLPs linked to the Citizens project at Royal Holloway College - see file card 547 for details
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