Kingsweston iron bridge is a Grade II listed footbridge in north Bristol, constructed between 1800 and 1820. It is the only pedestrian connection between the historic Blaise and Kingsweston estates, which are used by hundreds of joggers, families, dog walkers and nature lovers every day.
On 4 November 2015, the bridge was hit by a high-sided lorry, which smashed through a section of the cast iron supports. Within 48 hours, the bridge had been scaffolded and closed to pedestrians by Bristol City Council.
Since then, hundreds of local people have been waiting for it to be repaired and reopen. So far, we have been waiting for well over 2 years - or 800 days.