Path to nowhere...Council spends £19,000 on castle walkway that may never be completed

Path to nowhere...Council spends £19,000 on castle walkway that may never be completed
 

A new path laid around Pontefract Castle that ‘leads to nowhere’ could be abandoned, despite Wakefield Council ploughing thousands into the project.
The walkway had been part of a multi-million pound project to restore and improve the heritage site.
The council admits to having shelled out around £19,000 so far on laying the path, but contractors - who were working on it for more than two months - have since been taken off the project.
Laid around the perimeter of the 11th century castle, it can be seen from North Baileygate where it ends abruptly and is cordoned off with plastic barriers.... read more

 
8 January 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 22
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