05:51AM, Saturday 28 April 2012
New signs have been installed along the route of the Maidenhead Boundary Walk.
The popular walk along the outskirts of the town is to become a permanently marked circular route tracing the Maidenhead boundary of 1934.
Using money provided by the Royal Borough, East Berkshire Ramblers will signpost the 13 mile circular walk.
Graham Brunsden, of The Rotary Club of Maidenhead, and Martin Crossley of the ramblers, excitedly put up the first sign on Wednesday, April 18 in Bridge Gardens.
The boundary walk, which attracts hundreds of people, takes place this year on Sunday, October 7 starting from Boulters Lock car park between 9am to 10.30am.
Registration for groups of 15 or more is free before September 17. Visit www.boundarywalk.org for details.
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