WALKERS have been urged to take what could be their last chance to visit a historic site.
Kirklees Estate at Clifton – reputedly the burial place of Robin Hood – will open its gates to the public for two days this summer.
But David Nortcliffe of Calderdale Heritage Walks warned there was no guarantee walkers would be allowed back next year.
“As the estate is up for sale right now, we have no means of knowing how a new owner might view such walks in the future,” he said.
The one-mile walks on Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1 will take in Robin Hood’s grave, the former nunnery site, the gate-house and farm buildings dating back to the 1400s. The Outlaws and Nuns walk costs £5 per head.
To book a ticket call 01422 843831.