Berkeley’s run for fun
A Fun Run and Walk was held on Saturday in celebration of the Berkeley Institute’s 120th anniversary.
Walkers gathered on the corner of Court Street and Angle Street, near the school’s first location, at 8.30am.
From there, they made their way along Dutton Avenue, on to Marsh Folly Road, through Black Watch and on to North Shore Road before turning left and returning to Berkeley via St John’s Road, finishing on the school field.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Berkeley Educational Society.
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