Sheffield Evening Telegraph – Saturday 08 October 1887
The Restoration of Conisborough Castle.
For some time past several workmen have been engaged in the restoration of Conisborough Castle.
The walls have been repaired and stout palisadings erected at the summit of the keep, thus removing a danger which has been commented on for some considerable time.
A neat little lodge has also been erected in the grounds the castle, in which caretaker of the castle will reside.