Last week saw the Team at Leyburn Quarry and Coating Plant take part in an unusual Lend-A-Hand to make a stone circle for a local nature reserve. After appearing on the local news last week and page 3 of the local paper today (not The Sun), the lads are trying not to let the fame go to their heads.
The stone circle consisted of 12 coffin shaped stones with the 4 biggest weighing 2 tons and placed to mark the 4 compass points, with 8 other smaller stones to complete the ‘clock face’. The stone circle was designed, donated and built by the Team at Leyburn Quarry and Coating Plant to an MOD nature reserve 6 miles from the Quarry. To see the write-up please follow the link below: