Didn't wan't to cause any grief putting it in a new topic! You know how some can be!
However I was wondering whether anyone else had much background info! It came in my fathers environmental health magazine (works for the council, don't question it) Afraid I can't get much more info. Sorry about that! Thus why I didn't make a new topic!
The article was in 'Environmental Health News' (You can move my post if you wish) It states in the article that
Warwick Castle firm fined after man died falling into moat
'George Townley died from head injuries following the fall
Appeal after man's castle death
The company that runs Warwick Castle has been fined £350,000 after a man fell from a bridge and died.
George Townley, of Berkswell, Solihull, fell 13ft (4m) from the Bear & Clarence Bridge into a dry moat in 2007.
A post-mortem examination revealed although he suffered a heart attack, he died from head injuries.
Merlin Attractions were unanimously found guilty at Warwick Crown Court of failing to protect the health and safety of visitors.
The company was also ordered to pay costs of £145,000.
Divisional Environmental Health Officer at Warwick District Council Rob Chapleo said: "Mr Townley's fatal accident was foreseeable and would not have occurred if Merlin had undertaken a suitable and sufficient risk assessment."
He said barriers would have prevented Mr Townley falling in.
Warwick Castle said it was disappointed at the outcome of the hearing and that it would review the findings of the case to decide what further action it needed to take.'
Hope that helps, I just copied this from the BBC news!