Steeton-based Acorn Stairlifts one of the top 100 Yorkshire exporters

Keighley News: Dave Belmont receives his award from Andy Wood of Grant Thornton

12:18pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

STEETON-based Acorn Stairlifts has won the Export Award in the Insider Growth 100 Awards, which celebrated the achievements of the 100 fastest-growing companies in Yorkshire.

Keighley restaurant Shimla Spice recognised for its marketing efforts

Keighley News: Iftikhar Hussain, with the award for best marketing campaign

12:18pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

A KEIGHLEY restaurant is celebrating winning a national award at a presentation ceremony in Manchester.

Keighley company Gesipa demonstrates its leadership in fastening technology

Keighley News: Equipment on display in the Gesipa demonstration room

12:15pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

Keighley company Gesipa has opened a new customer demonstration room at its premises off Dalton Lane.

Hammer Strength accolade for Keighley fitness centre NRGym

Keighley News:

12:15pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

KEIGHLEY’s NRGym has gained a prestigious accolade from a market leading fitness company.

Keighley law firms merge

Keighley News: Mark Hagyard, left, and Myron Handzij of Waddington Turner Wall (11627953)

12:14pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

TWO Keighley law firms have merged.

Donations from Keighley and Cross Hills opticians will help provide eye care for people in Tanzania

Keighley News: Mohammed Hafejee, of Airedale Opticians

5:15pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A KEIGHLEY-based opticians has donated much-needed equipment to help set up an optical practice in a remote part of Tanzania.

Keighley shopping centre to become dementia-friendly zone

Keighley News: Airedale Shopping centre manager Steve Seymour with Beryl Oates and her husband Tony, who has recently been diagnosed with dementia

5:52am Friday 17th October 2014

THE AIREDALE shopping centre is aiming to become an official dementia-friendly zone.

Boss of Keighley takeaway Miraj Fast Food speaks of shock following visit by Home Office immigration officers

Keighley News: The Miraj premises on South Street, Keighley, which were raided by officers looking for illegal workers, but none were found

6:08pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY business owner has spoken of his shock after his premises were investigated by immigration officers at the end of last week.

Keighley town centre restaurant owner hits out in Church Street taxi parking row

Keighley News: Restaurant owner Al Mirzaali outside his businesses in Church Street, Keighley

12:06pm Thursday 16th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY town centre trader says the number of taxis using the narrow road outside his restaurant and takeaway is “suffocating” his business.

Bradford District Council planners reject Tesco plans to install cash machine at Royal Oak Pub in Haworth

Keighley News: Councillor Rebecca Poulsen outside the Royal Oak pub in Haworth, earmarked as a Tesco store

5:35am Thursday 16th October 2014

BRADFORD Council planning officers have rejected a supermarket giant’s application to install a cash machine in the window of a Haworth pub.

Keighley brewery Timothy Taylor relaunches special ale in tribute to First World War heroes

Keighley News: Major Barney Barnbrook, fourth from left, regional director of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, and Timothy Taylor managing director Charles Dent, fifth from left, with members of the 33rd of Foot Re-enactment Society and soldiers from The Yorkshire Regim

2:12pm Thursday 16th October 2014

KEIGHLEY brewery Timothy Taylor has relaunched a special ale in tribute to those who gave their lives in the First World War.

'Justice' beer brewed up to help Keighley Cougars' fight against relegation decision

Keighley News: Scott Wilkins of G Moore and Company with the special Cougars ale

9:13am Thursday 16th October 2014

SUPPORTERS of the Keighley Cougars’ campaign against their controversial relegation have brewed up a storm of protest to help the embattled club.

Business booming for Keighley engineering company Teconnex

Keighley News: Teconnex managing director Paul Sleaford

9:19am Thursday 16th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY engineering company is booming.

Keighley's Harrison & Clough staff endure ice bucket challenge to help in fight motor neurone disease

Keighley News: Staff at Harrison and Clough recover after their soaking as part of the ice-bucket challenge

10:41am Thursday 16th October 2014

A GROUP of brave staff members braced themselves for an icy ordeal outside a Keighley distribution company.

Baker Mike makes wonderful bread shapes at Parkwood Primary School

Keighley News: Pictured with Mike Armstrong are, from left, Isha Hussain, Danish Hussain, Anees Yasim and Zoya Yunis

10:23am Thursday 16th October 2014

BAKER Mike has been to Parkwood Primary School to demonstrate his skills in bread and pizza making.

Keighley hardware firm goes green

Keighley News: Martin Greenwood, left, of G&H Sustainability, with Jonathon Hargreaves from Pickard Hardware

9:23am Thursday 16th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY hardware supplier has gone green.

Keighley housing group colleagues heading to Nepal

Keighley News: Rosemary Keczkes (left) and Milena Falciano getting ready for their charity challenge with Homeless International

9:17am Thursday 16th October 2014

TWO solicitors with Keighley social housing group Incommunities are raising funds to carry out charity work overseas.

Couple toast two decades at Oxenhope pub

Keighley News: Kathryn and Michael Roper, who are celebrating 20 years at the Dog and Gun, Leeming

9:17am Thursday 16th October 2014

A COUPLE marked 20 years as licensees at an Oxenhope pub by selling beer at 1994 prices.

Keighley charities bidding for share of Yorkshire Building Society £150,000 fund

Keighley News: Graham Mynott, of Keyhouse

8:54am Thursday 16th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY charity has a chance to win a slice of £150,000 as part of Yorkshire Building Society’s 150th anniversary celebrations.

Old Cullingworth mill restored to house new antiques centre

Keighley News: (11471524)

8:52am Thursday 16th October 2014

COLLECTABLE treasures stored at newly refurbished Antiques at the Mill, Cullingworth will be revealed to the public by Keighley mayor Graham Mitchell on Friday, October 24.

Hat-trick of successes for Steeton sheep farming family

Keighley News: Terry Fort with the family’s Lleyn supreme champion shearling ram

1:18pm Sunday 12th October 2014

A STEETON sheep farming family has notched-up a hat-trick of championship successes in a prestigious contest.

Sainsbury's cyclists soak up the charity cash with wet sponges in Keighley

Keighley News: The Sainsbury’s cyclists, pictured, from left, Jon Smith, Mark Tillotson and Richard Hall

9:01am Saturday 11th October 2014

WET SPONGES greeted Sainsbury’s charity cyclists when they arrived at the Keighley store as part of a county-wide ride.

Tea and beer festival at Keighley railway station bar

Keighley News: Brother and sister James and Nicola Mitchell prepare for the tea and beer festival at Cafe Choux Choux (11195786)

6:25am Friday 10th October 2014

A NEW drinks festival in Keighley could be just your cup of tea.

Ambitious plans revealed to transform iconic Keighley railway station water tower into visitor centre

Keighley News: The water tower at Keighley Station on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway (11203410)

5:32am Thursday 9th October 2014

AMBITIOUS plans revealed this week to transform one of Keighley’s most iconic buildings into a new visitor centre to boost the town’s tourism trade have received strong backing.

Keighley’s Utley Centre reveals more of its plans for former town centre college building

Keighley News: Councillor Andrew Mallinson outside the former Keighley College building in Cavendish Street

6:06am Thursday 9th October 2014

BRADFORD Council has confirmed it is selling one of the two disused former college buildings in Keighley town centre.

Dozens object to Tesco plans to convert Haworth pub into a convenience store

Keighley News: Councillor Rebecca Poulsen outside the Royal Oak pub in Haworth, earmarked as a Tesco store

7:37am Thursday 9th October 2014

NEARLY 100 objections have been lodged against a supermarket giant’s plans to convert a Haworth pub into a convenience store.

Riddlesden firm creates fireworks in top contest

Keighley News: Optimum Fireworks' winning team

1:00pm Thursday 9th October 2014

A FIREWORK display company is on cloud nine.

Oakworth butcher a cut above the rest

Keighley News: Joe Smith with the creations which won him the young butcher’s title

1:00pm Thursday 9th October 2014

AN up-and-coming Oakworth butcher has won a coveted title.

Keighley vets mark milestone and boost charity

Keighley News: Aireworth Vets staff with representatives from Keighley Cat Care, the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the Freedom of Spirit Trust for Border Collies

1:00pm Thursday 9th October 2014

STAFF from a Keighley veterinary practice tackled a gruelling challenge to boost charity and mark a milestone.

Silsden man launches new dog walking franchise

Keighley News: From left, Richie Womersley, managing director of The Dog Walker, Harvey Summers, John Taylor of the Southport franchise and Mike Hogg

12:58pm Thursday 9th October 2014

A FORMER RSPCA main board director from Silsden is the latest new franchisee to join an award-winning West Yorkshire-based dog walking business.

Keighley sewing machines and crafts shop lends a hand to sewing group students

Keighley News: Victoria Raw of Start Sewing Now, with Sewing Machine and Crafts shop owners Carol Spence, left, and her mother Diana Watson, right

12:53pm Thursday 9th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY shop has thrown its weight behind a group which encourages people to take up sewing.

Silsden experts Rayner Spencer Mills Research take on city 'big boys' at their own game

Keighley News: Geoff Mills, co-founder of financial research company RSM , with the firms recognised seal of approval for investment funds

12:50pm Thursday 9th October 2014

SILSDEN is unlikely to be high on most people’s list as a hotbed of financial technical expertise.

Small-scale schemes come to the fore in Keighley's Townscape Heritage Initiative

Keighley News:

12:46pm Thursday 9th October 2014

A CLUTCH of small-scale projects are due to start soon as part of Keighley’s £2.7 million Townscape Heritage Initiative.

Traders hail Exclusion Zone's success in cutting Keighley town centre crime

Keighley News:

10:31am Thursday 9th October 2014

KEIGHLEY traders have added their voices to praise for the town’s crime-busting exclusion zone.

Former Keighley pub up for auction

Keighley News: Former pub The Bracken Arms, which is up for sale at auction

10:11am Thursday 9th October 2014

A FORMER pub in Keighley is to be sold at auction.

All the fun of the fair from Keighley Lego man

Keighley News:

9:57am Thursday 9th October 2014

ALL THE fun of the fair is on offer to grown-up Lego fans tonight.

Keighley company fined over illegal noise levels

Keighley News:

8:48am Wednesday 8th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY company has been ordered to pay fines and costs totalling almost £20,000 for exposing members of its workforce to illegal noise levels for more than seven years.

Deadline looms in awards scheme honouring memory of former Keighley housing boss

Keighley News:

6:21pm Wednesday 8th October 2014

JUST days remain for people to nominate heroes in an awards scheme held in memory of a popular Keighley housing manager.

Vodafone rolls out 4G in Keighley

Keighley News:

5:55pm Wednesday 8th October 2014

VODAFONE UK has started rolling out its ultra-fast 4G in Keighley.

Keighley's Cafe on the Square is a dream come true

Keighley News: The Cafe on the Square

10:52am Thursday 2nd October 2014

THE REOPENING of a Keighley town centre cafe is a dream come true for David Henson.

No more handbags at dawn for long-serving Keighley market traders

Keighley News: Ian and Jill Franklin, who are retiring from running their bag stall in Keighley Market after 40 years

10:52am Thursday 2nd October 2014

THERE will be no more handbags at dawn for husband and wife market traders Ian and Jill Franklin.

Growing Keighley company moves to new £350,000 headquarters

Keighley News: Keighley MP Kris Hopkins prepares to cut the ribbon to officially open Keybury Fire and Security’s new premises, joined by, from left, admin assistant Matthew Reynar, managing director Frank Gee, operations director Patrick Beebe, social media co-or

10:50am Thursday 2nd October 2014

A KEIGHLEY company has moved to new premises as part of a £350,000 expansion.

Keighley restaurant Shimla Spice aiming for further success in English Curry Awards

Keighley News: Iftikhar Hussain of Shimla Spice

11:28am Thursday 25th September 2014

A KEIGHLEY restaurant is through to the finals of a national contest for South Asian cuisine.

Harden garden centre boss backs changes to Sunday trading laws

Keighley News: Woodbank Nurseries

11:28am Thursday 25th September 2014

A HARDEN garden centre boss has backed proposals to exempt such stores from the current Sunday trading laws.

Keighley brewery Timothy Taylor appoints new chief executive officer

Keighley News: Tim Dewey, who has been appointed chief executive officer of Timothy Taylor

11:28am Thursday 25th September 2014

KEIGHLEY brewery Timothy Taylor has appointed a new chief executive officer.

Airedale Shopping Centre store shows new apprentice the ropes

Keighley News: Steve Jackson, apprentice at CeX, in the Airedale Shopping Centre

11:42am Thursday 11th September 2014

A KEIGHLEY town centre store has given a young apprentice a helping hand onto the career ladder.

Redrow cyclists call at Steeton as part of charity ride

Keighley News: The Redrow Homes cyclists at the Manor Fields scheme in Steeton

11:42am Thursday 11th September 2014

A TEAM of cyclists from Redrow Homes called at Steeton as part of a mammoth 260-mile charity ride.

Keeping the spirit of Brontes alive

Keighley News: Sir James Aykroyd with the Bronte Parsonage key

11:42am Thursday 11th September 2014

DRINKS specialist Sir James Aykroyd has revived Bronte Liqueur, a tipple he first discovered 40 years ago during a business trip to Paraguay, South America.

Former Riddlesden woman invited to 10 Downing Street

Keighley News: Liz Weatherill at 10 Downing Street

10:54am Thursday 4th September 2014

A FORMER Riddlesden woman who heads up an organisation providing interpreting and translation services to the community has attended a reception at 10 Downing Street.

Riddlesden and Silsden firework company reaches new heights

Keighley News: The Optimum Fireworks team with some of the pyrotechnics used in their displays: from left, Phill Cooper, Rebecca Cooper and Richard Parker  (9675229)

10:54am Thursday 4th September 2014

A FIREWORK display company is soaring to new heights.






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