Step back in time for a good cause in Calverley

First published in News

Walkers will be following a route dating back to the Middle Ages to raise funds for a good cause.

Organisers of Calverley’s annual Millennium Walk, sponsored by Calverley Rotary Club, are inviting people to join them on the seven-mile stroll around the village boundaries.

Originally called Beating the Bounds, the walk is on Saturday, May 3.

Sponsorship forms are available from shops and the library, or a donation can be made on the day.

Funds will go to the village's care homes: Champion House, run by the Leonard Cheshire Disability charity; St Luke's Nursing Home; The Bungalows and Brookleigh Sheltered Home.

To join the walk, meet at the Calverley Arms' picnic area at Towngate for an 11am start.

For more information, call (0113) 2574794.

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