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Keighley Saturday School teacher Charles Brickdale helping a pupil

Funding appeal to save Keighley Saturday School from closure

Morris dancers watched by the crowds as they bring traditional English dance to Main Street as part of Haworth Festival. Picture by John Sargent

Stand-up comic Patrick Monahan get his disco legs out at Haworth Festival

Keighley town councillor Amjid Ahmed, left, and town mayor Javaid Akhtar with Men of Worth founder Andy Wade

Town Council helps Keighley historians' project to honour war dead

Lance Corporal Joe Bates, an Oxenhope quarryman who won the Military Medal twice and lost his foot in the First World War

Six out of seven brothers from Oxenhope family join the army – and two of them never return

Brownie Lilli Firth-Rymer next to the art installation based on her made from buns by Riddlesden Rainbows

Taste of art for Riddlesden girls

From left, Holy Family teachers Dave Metcalfe, Joe Jalil and Richard Wheeler tasting scones at the school cookery club's bake off event

Cookery club members at Holy Family Catholic School show off their culinary skills

Paul Plant, who has retired from his post as site manager at Haworth Primary School

Haworth Primary says farewell to retiring school site manager Paul Plant

From left, Oxenhope Primary pupils George Milner and Charlie McManus seek shelter during the den building session

Den building at Oxenhope Primary School raises cash for Save the Children

From left, Holy Family Catholic School staff members Carla Thompson and Farzana Azad during their stay in Sri Lanka

Holy Family Catholic School staff return from unforgettable exchange trip to Sri Lanka

Second lieutenant Ralph Oscar Gladstone who was wounded three times in battle with the Royal Engineers

Cross Hills man stabbed while fighting off German soldiers with a spade to defend bridge

Hewenden Viaduct

Tributes to man found dead beneath Cullingworth viaduct

Colin Appleyard with his wife Peggy outside Buckingham Palace when he collected his MBE

Tribute to well-known Keighley businessman

The damage to Danny Tillotson's car

Hailstorm leaves trail of destruction across Keighley and Worth Valley

Manorlands hospice

Cross Hills firm steps out for Manorlands

Eileen Ryan, seated, with her son Sean and organisers of the Holy Family reunion – from left – Sonia Morgan, Cath Murphy, Angie Wilson, Sue Holdsworth and Andrea Connell

Keighley school reunion raises £3,000

Blue Suede Dudes in action at the charity fundraiser

Manorlands boost from annual Riddlesden event

Airedale Shopping Centre manager Steve Seymour, front, prepares for Independents' Day with Liam McQuaid of Raffles, left, and Mo Hafejee of Airedale Opticians

Plea to Keighley shoppers ahead of Independents' Day

Jackie Butterfield, of Haworth Riding for the Disabled

Haworth group receives £5,000 boost

Record numbers take part in Keighley project

Cross Hills Library, where youngsters can sign-up for the summer reading challenge

Challenge to young South Craven bookworms

Christine Highley, of Keighley Show, who is urging people to enter flower-arranging and horticulture classes

Say it with flowers at Keighley Show

Emily Davis, 14, a pupil at Bingley Grammar School, who is this year's East Morton Gala Queen

Morton Gala Queen to head procession

Edwina Cooper, left, and Elizabeth Smith, helpline operators, pictured in the new reception area of Airedale Hospital's pathology department

Refurb for Airedale Hospital department

City Hall, Bradford

Planning file

Silsden Community First Responders with their Scheme of the Year award, from left, Ray Bolton, Sara Smith and Lawrence Walton

Silsden's emergency team win Yorkshire Ambulance Service award

New Cowling Gala queen Annaliese Querns(centre) with her retinue Holly Emmott, Lucy Coates, William Cluny, Amelia Best and Daisy Toothill.

Annaliese is chosen as the 2015 Cowling Gala queen

Supporters of the petition calling for a Lawkholme Lane crossing patrol. From left: Keighley Central ward councillor Kaneez Akhtar, Family Centre manager Zaibun Khan, parent governor Naheed Siddique, acting head teacher Suzanne Carter, parent governor Ham

Pelican crossing request for busy Keighley rat-run rejected by councillors

Work begins on clearing up the eyesore site in the Westfell area of Keighley

Work begins to clean up eyesore land in Fell Lane area of Keighley

Children having fun on Ponden reservoir

Delays warning as essential work carried out at Ponden reservoir near Stanbury

New role for Cullingworth and Denholme MP Philip Davies

Little Lily Clark from Sutton-in-Craven enjoys the company of Horrible Histories actor Centurion Chris Yarnel, left, and Charlie Buckland who plays William the Conqueror

Invaders from the past bring smiles to Sutton girl

The site proposed for the planned new dairy, off Aireworth Road, Keighley

Councillors grant planning consent for dairy's move to Keighley bringing 50 jobs

James Sheldon, right, with English Heritage architect and Andy Wimble, in the grounds of Whinburn Hall soon after its purchase. Picture by Craig Stennett

Man dies in mystery fall at Keighley 's historic Whinburn Hall

Police appeal after motorcyclist is seriously injured in Keighley incident

Police appeal after motorcyclist is seriously injured in Keighley incident

Pictured at the Riverside Business Park are, from left, Nick Lacey, managing director of Dowsons Food Machinery; Mike Atkinson, of Atkinson Associates; Richard Guest, managing director of Stells, and James Turner, of Turner Developments

Redevelopment of Keighley site creates jobs boost

Yogi the eight-year-old Chow Chow, who died after a hit-and-run accident on Oakworth Road in Keighley

Keighley woman speaks of heartbreak after pet dog Yogi killed in hit-and-run accident

The house in Sutton after the fire

Lit cigarette blamed for Sutton woman's death

Skipton Law Courts where the inquest was held

Former Keighley man takes his own life after relationship breakdown

Campaigners fight plans for Keighley energy plant

Mark Hudson, who runs the 3 Acres pub and restaurant

Plug pulled on Keighley music festival

Louise Armstrong, left, and Jane Hitchcock, who have learned the outcome of their appeals after their children were refused places at Aire View Infant School in Silsden

Silsden parents learn outcome of appeals over rejected infant school places

Lizzie Jones with children, Phoebe and Bobby, after unveiling a plaque at the Keighley Cougars ground paying tribute to her late husband Danny

Hall of Fame tribute to tragic Keighley Cougars star

Cllr Adrian Naylor next to one of the Silsden flowerbeds likely to be affected by council cutbacks (30444548)

Keighley, Silsden and Steeton groups to thrash out solutions to flowerbeds funding crisis

Members of Silsden's Grand deParty group. They are holding examples of the orange hanging baskets and decorated wooden tulips now going up in Silsden which acknowledge that this year’s Tour de France Grand Depart is in The Netherlands.

Silsden people urged to make the most of summer programme marking one year since the passage of the 2014 Tour de France Grand Depart

Team members from the Home from Hospital scheme, which is proving a huge success

Home from Hospital scheme proves huge success

Sally Roberts, left, and Kathryn Toledano from Cullingworth Village Hall Renewal committee, pictured outside the current building

Plans to be revealed for new £400,000 village hall in Cullingworth

Nadine Darnley as Mrs Overall on an Acorn stairlift in the latest production of Acorn Antiques the Musical

Steeton firm starring on the stage

From left, Paul Whitaker, Liam West and Heather Hawker run the first bar

Brewery teams up with Manorlands

Children from St Anne's Primary School during the filming of their movie about the German airship the Hindenburg

Small but perfectly-formed Keighley Festival is promised despite funding cuts

A scene from the movie Built On Faith, made by local Catholic schools, which will be screened at the Children's Film Festival

Your rundown for six days of family fun at Keighley Festival

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