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The castle keep at Clitheroe sits high upon a rocky outcrop of limestone approximately 35 metres
(114ft ) above the floor of the Ribble Valley. It has several claims to fame including being one of
the oldest buildings in Lancashire.

We constructed a new activities centre which was part of a £3.2m project and consisted of
reduce level dig within the constraints of the archaeologists, we then installed activity equipment
such as a kaleidoscope, speak into tubes, periscope and pan pipes. We constructed raised
planting beds with recycled plastic with various sensory plants. We rebuilt existing stonework
and added a guardrail. We built benches and performance stage using recycled plastic. The
surfacing was finished with stone flags, soft play and resin bound surfacing. We also carried out
fencing to castle keep.

 
 

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