Kings locals are invited to continue the historic tradition of a nine mile walk around the village.
King’s Langley Parish Council are inviting residents to take part in ‘Beating the Bounds’, a tradition where participants get to learn about the village they live in, next month.
Walk leader, Councillor Alan Anderson said: “It’s a primeval way of identifying where one lives, and leads further to questions about one’s existence, hence it being done on Rogation Sunday.
“If anybody would like to do the walk this year, we will be leaving from outside All Saints at 11am on Sunday, May 15. It would help us to plan the event if you could let us know by Friday, May 13 if you’re attending, even if that’s dependent on the day’s weather.
“The walk passes through beautiful countryside, but it also involves a busy road junction, a padlocked gate and private land, so it has to be organised as a group walk.
“It also requires proper footware and provisions (including a packed lunch), as the only facilities on/near the route are Sainsburys after 7 miles, and the whole walk is 9 miles long.”
For any more information visit kingslangley-pc.gov.uk