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Beating the Bounds began in 1346 with the presentation of a Royal Charter creating the Freemen of the town, and every seven years thousands walk the seven-mile boundary of the ancient borough of Llantrisant.
Organised by Llantrisant Town Trust, which manages the rights of the Freemen in partnership with Rhondda Cynon Taf council, Beating the Bounds takes place on June 12.
The Beating the Bounds ceremony takes place in Llantrisant every seven years and in the past has attracted as many as 20,000 spectators.
While Sir Albany waited with the banquet in the castle hall, the wedding party undertook the custom of riding out and beating the bounds, so the story goes.
Mae Portreeve's Breakfast yn dilyn hen arferiad arall yn y bwrdeistref, sef archwilio'r ffiniau, neu Beating the Bounds, lle bydd torf yn cerdded o gwmpas hen ffiniau'r dref yn eu hawlio unwaith eto i Dalacharn.
The board has agreed to fund the following events: Dickensian Christmas Market, pounds 3,000; Lowick Beating the Bounds, pounds 120; EU Friendship Festival, pounds 800; Seahouses Sea Shanty Festival, pounds 2,000; Charity Diners' Workshop and Concert, pounds 1,000; Berwick Tattoo Lighting contribution, pounds 6,500 and Norham Scarecrows, pounds 1,500.