A group of volunteers are restoring the old bridleway Cold Royd which leads from Jagger Lane down onto Broad Lane. Due to a long period of neglect the old flags have been either stolen or hidden under vegetation, and the walls have fallen into disrepair. The group are funded by a grant from the Dalton Ward and are supported by Kirklees Countryside Volunteers. The grant has paid for drystone wall tuition and the stone required.

David Clarkin, who instigated the project, writes:
We benefit from expert tuition from Anita Faherty, a senior member of West Yorkshire Dry Stone Walling Association. We started work on 6 May and held a second session on Saturday 3 June. We have arranged to meet again on 24 June and 15 July.
Six of our volunteers are from the village and four are from elsewhere. I hope that after the tuition, the interest in dry stone walling will continue. If it does we will certainly continue our work at Coldroyd through August, September and into October.

Anyone interested in joining them to learn a new skill should contact David on 01484 535 643 or e mail dsclarkin@outlook.com