Past Projects
What we have achieved for the town so far

 

 

In 2008 the Wooden Bridge across the River Nidd in the grounds of Conyngham Hall was looking a bit worse for wear, and it was easy to see the water tumbling over the old stone weir through the slats on the bridge!

The old stone abutments and piers were found to be in excellent condition, so RK planned to replace all the timber structure.

With funding from Knaresborough Town Council, Harrogate Borough Council and Yorkshire Forward, the project was completed in 2008 and was officially opened in August 2008.

Today, mowing equipment, people and their dogs are still safely crossing Horseshoe Field Bridge and are expected to do so for decades ahead.