Photographs two and three show the children, click on the photos for a clearer image.
Friends of Sandal Castle write:
The proposals take into account the state of disrepair of the monument as a result of the closure of the bridge and walkways and they highlight the fact that the public is concerned that this important historical site is slowly deteriorating. They also make note of the obligations upon them to comply with the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act of 1979.
The proposals are wide-ranging and include removal of the vegetation growing on the monuments, replacement of all the wooden structures, including the platform on the keep, the bridges and walkways and putting a plan in place to maintain the site. A considerable capital investment of up to £734,000 is required.
You can read the report here: