The Calverley Millennium Way is a 7 mile trail produced by the Calverley Project 2000 Group, which utilises public rights of way and the Leeds Liverpool canal towpath to effect a loop around the village of Calverley. The route commemorates a historic practise of "beating the bounds" that originated in the Middle Ages. Local parishioners led by the Vicar would walk round the boundary of the parish in the spring (Rogationtide), prayers would be said for a successful forthcoming harvest and the boundary markers were blessed and repaired if required.
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The complete trail leaflet comprising nine pages A4 size
The trail map comprising one page A4 size
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