LONG-AWAITED repairs have been completed on a historic Huddersfield barn.
Adele Clayton, the owner of Nether Hall Barn, is now hoping her Rawthorpe property will be taken off English Heritage's Buildings At Risk register.
Inspectors will visit to make checks on the work. Miss Clayton said: "I'm hoping to get the gable done later."
The barn, in Rawthorpe Lane, dates back to 1302 and it had previously been described as being in fair condition but needing some preservation work.
Miss Clayton runs a riding school from the barn and lives in the attached house.
Her family have been at the site for 70 years, first renting then buying.
Miss Clayton said: "The barn's never been a danger, but obviously English Heritage were concerned from a conservation point of view.
"Hopefully, the left-hand gable will be done by the end of next spring."
She told of her hopes as an English Heritage report warned that historic farm buildings are in danger of decay.