Settle Water Tower Renovation Project – Mark Rand and his wife Pat’s dreams of converting a water tower on the Settle-Carlisle railway line.

Former Bradford police officer Mark and his wife Pat are fervent enthusiasts for the Settle-Carlisle railway line. It’s the couples dream to own part of the line’s history, which is why they bought the Victorian Settle station water tower to convert and live in. Sitting beside the station, in what’s now an industrial estate, the building hasn’t been in use since the 1940s. But Mark wants to bring this Grade II listed building into the 21st century, with underfloor heating which was supplied and fitted by Les Hobson Engineers.

St Peters Church, Addingham –  St Peter’s is an ancient and living church serving the village of Addingham.  The building, set amid an open field, has a nave roof, arcade and chancel dating from the 15th century with a gallery of 1756. The Trustees looking after this Church have been extremeley wise over the years and taken advantage of the Cover Plan KRM offers to ensure that the Church goers have peace of mind that even if the heating goes off engineers ensure they will attend next working day.

Ilkley Amateur Operatic Society – This excellent form of culture and entertaiment was founded in 1923.  Its first production was The Babes in the Wood, which took place in the King’s Hall.  Shows continued annually until the outbreak of war in 1939, when activities were curtailed and the society disbanded.The war didn’t keep them down for long and soon enough perfomances were in full swing again. As with the trustees at St Peters Church, the Council thought best to have their gas boiler covered with the KRM Cover Plan, again ensuring that the show always goes on…