Bracken Bank gardeners reckon Keighley Town Council is shed good.

The estate’s new gardening club has been awarded a grant to buy a hut for its equipment.

The lockable shed will be attached to the side of the Sue Belcher Community Centre in Bracken Bank Avenue.

Members of the club, known as the Earth Warriors, plant flowers and vegetables on patches of land around the centre.

Centre worker Pip Gibson said: “If tools are in the shed it will give easy access for families to come up at weekends to do some gardening.”

Money for the shed, costing bout £250, is coming from the town council’s Acorn Fund.

E-mail or contact Pip on (01535) 667221 to join the Earth Warriors group.