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Beating the bounds of Calverley to raise cash for charity

By Anne Akers

The annual sponsored walk around the eight-mile Calverley Millennium Way will take place on Saturday 13 May.

The circular walk around the village was first started in 2000, thanks to support from Leeds City council and Calverley Rotary Club, to mark the millennium and celebrate the historic tradition of beating the bound of the parish.

This year, walkers will set off from the Calverley Arms at 11am, with registration from 10.30am.

All sponsorship raised will go to the Alzheimer’s Society. The moderately easy walk is on paths and fields, with some uneven ground and stiles.


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