The West Riding County Amateur League could be requesting an extension to their season from the West Riding County Football Association.
Silsden will be hoping to play their first home game of the year on Saturday when they host Ashton Athletic in a re-arranged North West Counties League Premier Division fixture.
The funeral of tragic mum Lorna Clymo, who fell to her death from a Keighley multi-storey car park earlier this month, was due to be held yesterday.
A father-of-six who died when he was struck by a taxi soon after being released from Keighley police station was walking in the middle of the road, an inquest heard.
John Daniel Lennon, of Flat 4, 6A Church Street, Keighley, was jailed for a total of two months for stealing meat from Jack Fultons and an offence of theft, for which a conditional discharge had previously been imposed Anthony Michael Smith, of Flat 4, 6A Church Street, Keighley, was jailed for a total of three months for stealing meat from Jack Fultons and three offences of theft, for which a conditional discharge had previously been imposed George Charles Thomas Dore, of 255 Fell Lane, Keighley, was given a community order – including a 28-day curfew – and ordered to pay £150 compensation for assault and failing to surrender to custody Sarah Jayne Rourke, of 29 Dawson Road, Keighley, was given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge for stealing clothing from Asda, Marie Curie Cancer Care and Select Retail Stephanie Lynn, of 4 Middlefield Court, East Morton, was banned from driving for three years – to be reduced by 273 days on completion of a course – and ordered to pay £195 for failing to provide, when required, a specimen of breath for analysis Luke Milner, of 5 Townend Place, Sutton, was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £100 for possessing cocaine and cannabis. An order was made for the drugs to be forfeited and destroyed Stuart Daniel Bennett, of 12 Woodhouse Walk, Keighley, was given a community order – with a requirement to carry out 100 hours’ unpaid work – and ordered to pay a £60 victim surcharge for stealing three irons from B&M Stores and shampoo from Poundstretcher, and an offence of theft for which a conditional discharge had previously been imposed. He was also ordered to be detained in the courthouse until the session ended for failing to surrender to custody Liam O’Reilly, of 38 North Dean Avenue, Keighley, was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £100 for breaching a restraining order Coreena Leanne Blanks-Hirst, of 27 Red Holt Drive, Keighley, was banned from driving for a year – to be reduced by 13 weeks on completion of a course – and ordered to pay £215 for drink-driving Nadim Hammed, of 23 Eric Street, Keighley, was banned from driving for 14 months – to be reduced by 14 weeks on completion of a course – and ordered to pay £335 for driving without insurance l The information in this file is supplied by Bradford and Keighley Magistrates’ Court
A 28-year-old Keighley woman appeared at Skipton Magistrates’ Court charged with the wilful neglect of a child under the age of 16.
A shoplifter from Cross Roads returned to the outdoor shop where he had previously stolen a £220 jacket, Skipton magistrates heard on Friday. A member of staff recognised Joseph Atha, 28, and challenged him after failing to get through to the police on the 101 non-emergency number. The staff member locked up the premises and followed Atha out of the village, and he was eventually traced through the registration plate of his BMW car. Atha had first gone into CC Outdoors, in Grassington, on October 12, where he was recorded on security cameras putting the Rab jacket into a large green rucksack before leaving the shop. On November 15 he returned carrying the same green rucksack, and was recognised by the member of staff. Atha, who admitted theft, had a previous conviction for the same offence, and had also been subject to a suspended prison sentence at the time, but for a dissimilar matter, the court heard. In mitigation, Julian White said a serious head injury suffered by Atha following an assault in 2010 had led to behavioural problems. Mr White said Atha had been walking in the area at the time, and it had been an impulsive and not a premeditated act to take the jacket while in a backroom of the shop. Magistrates adjourned sentencing on Atha, of Nile Street, until February 28.
A man was arrested following a rooftop drama at a Keighley bingo hall.
A dog walker punched by a farmer had been in the wrong place at the wrong time, Skipton magistrates heard.
A gala performance night to celebrate the Tour de France’s passage through Keighley will take place in Victoria Hall in July.
A Keighley mum said she was “gobsmacked” this week after learning she’d won our Perfect Partners competition.
Silsden town councillors have voted unanimously to reduce their council tax precept.
Keighley-district council tax payers will have to fork out more for their police service in the next year.
Keighley Town Council’s civic centre might never make much money but it is used and appreciated by hundreds of people each month, according to a council member.
A Keighley Town Council committee chairman claims he and his colleagues are delivering real benefits for local people.
“Hi-De-Hi!” was the greeting for elderly users of a Keighley day centre.
Young players will be looking their best thanks to a purchase of 20 rugby shirts and shorts.
Keighley Town Council’s precept for 2014/15 will go up by just 1.79 per cent despite fears of a record-breaking hike earlier this year.
An up-and-coming hammer thrower from Cullingworth has received £1,500 sponsorship from a Wilkinson store in Bradford.
A Skipton-based healthcare company are to sponsor the Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association.
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Keighley have received a boost in their Yorkshire One relegation battle.
Cougars player-coach Paul March is confident his side will be ready to hit top gear against White-haven in Sunday’s Kingstone Press Championship opener.
Cougars chairman Gary Fawcett is expecting a more intense competition after it was announced that five teams will be relegated from the 2014 Kingstone Press Championship.
Fire chiefs are urging householders to be vigilant when cooking following two incidents in Keighley.
Silsden Town Council has completed an ambitious survey after 12 months of work.
A new project will support Keighley people from ethnic minorities who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered.
The Chancellor might need to go back to the classroom... if only for his spelling rather than his maths!
Keighley busker Johnny Bedford has a fundraising idea that will really get under his skin.
Callous stone thieves have targeted monuments in Utley Cemetery.
A Keighley man who fell to his death from his hotel balcony in Majorca had been drinking and taking ecstasy on holiday, an inquest heard.
Parents hoping to send their children to a popular Keighley secondary school face an anxious wait after it was revealed the level of applications far exceeds the number of available places.
GUNN Dorothy Margaret The family of the late Dorothy Gunn would like to sincerely thank all relatives, friends, and neighbours for the kind expressions of sympathy, cards of condolence and donations received in memory of Dorothy at this sad time. Special thanks to Pastor Keith and Avril Craven for their kind words and prayers of comfort, to all the staff at Norwood House Nursing Home and St Andrew’s Surgery for the loving care shown to Dorothy and finally to all who attended the service, it was greatly appreciated.
HALLIGAN Roy Joseph Rose, David, Denise and Wayne would like to thank all family and friends for their kind support, expressions of sympathy, condolences and for all donations to the Alzheimer's Society received in Roy's memory. Special thanks to all staff at Sutton Lodge Nursing Home for their continuing care, support and the patience shown to Roy. Finally, to Canon McCreadie for his kind words and prayers and to David Gallagher funeral directors for their help with all funeral arrangements.
OVEREND Nora The family of the late Nora Overend would like to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for the many kind expressions of sympathy, cards and messages of condolence received during their sad bereavement, also for their attendance at the funeral service and generous donations to the Endoscopy Unit at Airedale Hospital.
HUDSON Brian The family of the late Brian Hudson would like to sincerely thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kind expressions of sympathy, cards of condolence and donations received in memory of Brian to Manorlands at this sad time. Special thanks to Rev. Clive Kirke for his kind words and prayers of comfort, also to all the doctors, nurses and other staff at Manorlands Hospice, staff on wards 2 & 7 at AGH, for the care shown to Brian, to David Samuels for his fitting tribute at the service, to Chriss and colleagues at The Knowle and finally to all who attended, it was greatly appreciated.
SINFIELD Joe Lesley and family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their support and kind expressions of condolence and for their generosity of donations to Manorlands in memory of the late Joe. A special thanks to Minister Terry Porter for his kind words. Also a special thanks to The Knowle for their help and support. Finally, thank you to the Landlady and Landlord of Bracken Arms.
WRIGHT David On February 10 2014 peacefully at Manorlands Hospice, David aged 68 years. Dearly loved partner of Elaine, much loved dad to Amanda, Spencer and Christopher, father in law to Shaun and Debbie, also proud grandad of Chanel, Caitlin and Ben. The funeral service will take place at Keighley New Church, Braithwaite Village on Friday February 21 2014 at 10.30am, prior to cremation at Oakworth. Family flowers only please but if desired donations in memory of David to Manorlands Hospice. All enquiries please contact The Knowle Funeralcare. Tel. 01535 603219.
WILLIAMSON Clara (nee Waddington) On February 9 peacefully at Manorlands Hospice, Clara aged 81 years of Keighley. Beloved wife of the late Brian Williamson, dearly loved mother of Howard, Janet and Lynne, cherished grandma and great grandma, dear sister of Mary, mum in law of Jim, a special lady who will be sadly missed by all her family. Will relatives and friends please meet at the Knowle Chapel of Rest, Victoria Road, Keighley on Friday February 21 at 1.45pm for service prior to cremation at Oakworth crematorium. Family flowers only, donations in memory of Clara may be made to Sue Ryder/ Manorlands Hospice. A box will be made available at the service.
ZAJC Ivanka Of your charity please pray for the repose of the soul of Ivanka who passed away suddenly at home on February 10 2014, aged 85 years. Dearly loved wife of late Rudolf, very much loved mother of Teresa and Tony, dear mother in law of Ian and Lorraine, devoted grandma of Scott, Siobhan, Leanne and Stacey and great grandma of Emillie, Ethan, Jack, Ebony and Olivia. Funeral arrangements later. Please visit www.david-gallagher.co.uk or telephone 01535 690979 for further details. May she rest in peace.
CHAMBERS Marjorie (nee Hudson) Marjorie’s family would like to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind messages and cards of condolence received at this sad time. Thank you to all who attended the funeral service and for the kind donations to Manorlands in memory of Marjorie, thanks to Rev Peter Mott for his kind service and also a special thank you to Dr Watson, the staff at Manorlands Hospice during her short stay, Bronte Care Service and to the doctors and nurses on Ward 10 at AGH, many thanks to The Knowle for the funeral arrangements and a very special thank you to Elaine for everything she has done for mum over the past few years.
HELLIWELL Hilda Mary The family of the late Hilda Helliwell would like to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy and donations made to the Alzheimer’s Society, also special thanks to Rev Peter Wilson for his words and prayers and to The Knowle for the help and support received.
NICHOLSON John Marie and family wish to sincerely thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their messages of sympathy. Many thanks to Rev. David Cooke for his words of comfort, to all who attended the service and for donations to The British Heart Foundation. Special thanks to doctors and staff of Oakworth Medical Practice, paramedics and staff of A&E and Wards 2 and 6 Airedale Hospital for their exceptional kindness and care. Finally to Lyndon Leeson for his professional help.
Dave W Always my Valentine. Love, PS. xxx 39
TIM BRUNSKILL Would like to thank everyone who attended his 50th party and gave so generously in donating £863.75 to Manorlands Hospice.
Raymond STEWART 16.2.1930 To a loving husband, I miss you so much Ray, and however hard I try, There will always be a part of me, That just can't say goodbye, I know that you're still close at hand, Just hidden from my view, As your resting in that special place, The angels saved for you, The time we shared was special and throughout the coming years, The happy thoughts you left with me, Will help to dry the tears. Miss you always. All my love Dot. xx
Mary PEACOCK 14.2.1913 You were very special to us in every possible way, We love and miss you dearly and in our hearts you'll always stay, Our thoughts are always with you in a very loving way, Not only on your birthday but every single day. Happy Birthday. God bless Mum. Love, Your Girls and Families xx
DICKSON Bill Anita and family send heartfelt thanks to relatives and friends for their sympathy and support for the loss of Bill and their generous donations to Manorlands Hospice. Many thanks to Rev David Jackson for conducting the funeral and to all who attended the service at the Knowle. Grateful thanks to the Co-operative Funeral Directors for their caring and professional help with the funeral arrangements. Special thanks to all the staff at Manorlands Hospice and their unconditional care and support.
HARRISON Catherine John Harrison would like to thank his family and friends for their love and support during Cath's illness, you all helped us so much. Thanks to all who attended her funeral, sent cards and made donations to The Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund. You made this a special day for her. The support and the kind words expressed helped so much and will always be remembered. Thank you to Dr. Smith Moorehouse, Helen and the dedicated team of district nurses from Mytholmroyd for their exceptional care and to the Rev. Cathy Reardon from St. Michael's who led the funeral service with thoughtful, well chosen words. Thanks to Kathleen and her team from Robertshaw Greenwood for their professional funeral arrangements.