Lady Mayoress calls for talented young performers from Keighley to enter contest

Keighley News:

12:02pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THE LADY Mayoress of Bradford is offering an “exciting initiative” to talented young performers from Keighley

Leader of Bradford Council Conservative group Councillor Glen Miller 'did not break any criminal law' in election campaign

Keighley News:

5:58pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THE leader of the Conservative group on Bradford Council did not break any criminal law by using the authority's stationery as part of an election campaign, members heard tonight.

Car left on roof in Harden crash

Keighley News:

5:43pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A 24-YEAR-OLD woman will appear before Bradford and Keighley Magistrates Court after being charged with driving over the prescribed limit following a road crash.

Time running out to enter Keighley News photo competition with £500 of prizes up for grabs

8:24am Sunday 19th October 2014

YOUR favourite weekly read has launched an exciting new competition for all happy snappers and fantastic photographers out there.

Steeton churchwarden becomes national Inner Wheel president

Keighley News: Thelma Pacsoo who has become president of the Association of Inner Wheel Clubs in Great Britain and Ireland

7:07am Sunday 19th October 2014

A STEETON churchwarden has become president of the country’s Inner Wheel Clubs.

Pride as new war memorial for Cross Hills and Glusburn unveiled

Keighley News: Parish Councilor Patrick Hargreaves views the newly installed Cross Hills and Glusburn War Memorial. (11422352)

7:12am Saturday 18th October 2014

A NEW war memorial has been installed in Cross Hills and a parish councillor is keen to recognise all those who have helped with the project.

Cowling to consider re-opening public toilets

Keighley News: Cowling Toilets
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7:02am Saturday 18th October 2014

VILLAGERS are exploring the possibility of reopening public toilets in Cowling.

Councillor hits out at flytippers repeatedly targeting country lane in Laycock

Keighley News: Keighley town councillor John Kirby with the items fly-tipped on Back Lane, Laycock

12:09pm Friday 17th October 2014

HIDDEN cameras will be used to help catch fly-tippers who are ruining a scenic spot near Laycock.

Silsden Fire Station searching for for new 'on-call' recruits

Keighley News: Crew Commander Pete Hanson, left, and Firefighter Andy Burden at Silsden Fire Station, which is looking for new on-call recruits

12:12pm Friday 17th October 2014

SILSDEN'S retained fire station is one of seven stations across West Yorkshire hunting for new recruits.

Chairman of Airedale Hospital impressed by work to complete new accident and emergency unit

12:07pm Friday 17th October 2014

AIREDALE Hospital's chairman says he is encouraged by the progress made to develop a new accident and emergency department for the hospital.

Oxenhope Youth Club hoping for a helping hand

Keighley News: Worth Valley ward councillor Rebecca Poulsen

1:17pm Friday 17th October 2014

HELP may be at hand for a Worth Valley youth club in need of more support.

Keighley young people urged to have their say in youth consultation

Keighley News: Councillor Ralph Berry, the executive member for Children and Young People's services

3:37pm Friday 17th October 2014

YOUNG people from Keighley are being urged to have their say on what activities and support should be available to them in the future.

Silsden-based Cobbydale Singers and Airedale Male Voice Choir join forces for special concert

Keighley News: Cobbydale Singers

6:49am Friday 17th October 2014

TWO local choirs will reunite for a second concert at Skipton's Christ Church on Saturday,

Japanese POW experiences chronicled in Glusburn man's book

Keighley News: David Birks publishes a book Into The Hands Of Nippon which chronicles his father's experiences as a Japanese POW in World War Two

6:48am Thursday 16th October 2014

A GLUSBURN resident has written a book about his father’s experiences as a Japanese prisoner of war.

Tributes paid following death of Cross Hills founding member of Silsden's Cobbydale Singers

Keighley News: Betty Mitchell, a founding member of the Cobbydale Singers who has died

9:28am Thursday 16th October 2014

A CROSS HILLS resident who was a founding member of a women’s choir has died aged 79.

Airedale Hospital radiographers set to strike

Keighley News: Airedale Hospital

3:37pm Thursday 16th October 2014

RADIOGRAPHERS at Airedale Hospital are set to join colleagues in a national strike.

Police in Keighley and Bradford to focus on hate crime

Keighley News: Mark Burns-Williamson , the West Yorkshire  Police and Crime Commissioner

12:06pm Thursday 16th October 2014

A NEW campaign highlighting hate crime has been launched in Keighley, Bradford and neighbouring police districts.

Award-winning Silsden baker Doris Clarkson dies, aged 89

Keighley News: Doris Clarkson with her husband Charles

9:01am Thursday 16th October 2014

TRIBUTES to a loving mum, grandma and great grandma were paid to 89-year-old Doris Clarkson this week.

Steeton Male Voice Choir head for Harrogate for new concert

10:49am Thursday 16th October 2014

STEETON Male Voice Choir have been invited to sing in a joint concert with the Harrogate Male Voice Choir on October 25.

Steeton resident Marion Nicholson celebrates her 100th birthday

Keighley News: Marion Nicholson, who is celebrating her 100th birthday

10:39am Thursday 16th October 2014

RELATIVES from as far away as Spain travelled to Cross Hills to celebrate a Steeton resident's 100th birthday.

Prizes and certificates presented to young achievers at South Craven School

Keighley News: South Craven pupils whose achievements were recognised at their school's latest awards evening

10:25am Thursday 16th October 2014

FORMER year 11 students at South Craven School have had their hard work rewarded.

Steeton great grandmother died from complications arising from accidental Tesco supermarket fall, inquest jury concludes

Keighley News: Four-month-old baby girl died from 'unexplained' suffocation  at Bradford home, inquest told

7:36am Tuesday 14th October 2014

A JURY in the inquest into the death of a great grandmother has concluded she died from fatal complications arising from an accidental fall while Christmas shopping in a Tesco store.

Steeton great-grandmother dies after Tesco fall, hears inquest

Keighley News: webpix coroners coroner's court inquest coroner

8:12am Monday 13th October 2014

A BELOVED great-grandmother died after she broke a hip in a fall while Christmas shopping in a Tesco store, Bradford Coroner’s Court heard

Tour de France legacy highlighted in Silsden

Keighley News:

4:15pm Monday 13th October 2014

THE SPIRIT of the Tour de France is alive and pedalling in Silsden

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.

Cowling rambler to compile Silsden footpaths leaflets

Keighley News: Silsden mayor Councillor Chris Atkinson stands on one of the town's public footpaths (10517595)

7:24am Sunday 12th October 2014

A COWLING rambler has been commissioned to devise a series of walks in and around Silsden.

Enter the Keighley News photographic competition for the chance to win prizes worth £500

5:19am Saturday 11th October 2014

YOUR favourite weekly read has launched an exciting new competition for all happy snappers and fantastic photographers out there.

Keighley weight-loss expert rewarded for her work

Keighley News: Andrea Astin, left, with Slimming World managing director, Caryl Richards

1:14pm Saturday 11th October 2014

A WEIGHT-loss expert from Keighley has been rewarded for her work.

Keighley MP says Prime Minister's speech highlights the importance of voting Conservative next May

Keighley News: Kris Hopkins is the Conservative candidate for Worth Valley in the Bradford Council elections in 2008
 
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1:19pm Friday 10th October 2014

Keighley's MP has said Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservative Party conference pledges show why a Conservative Government is "vital" for Britain's future.

Added protection for Sutton war memorial

Keighley News: Councilor Ken Hart complans about youngsters  riding their bikes and causing damagie to the newly renovated War Memorial in Sutton Park. (10476990)

1:16pm Friday 10th October 2014

A COUNCIL is calling for people to "show more respect" to the Sutton war memorial.

Steeton nursery raises £830 for charities

Keighley News: Bridge House Day Nursery manager Angela Goff and her brother Graham Turnbull, with some of the children

1:01pm Friday 10th October 2014

A SPONSORED crawl, toddle and run raised £830 for good causes.

'Inadequate' rating for Dradishaw House nursery at Silsden

Keighley News: Dradishaw House Private Day Nursery, Silsden

7:32am Friday 10th October 2014

RECENT inspections of preschools across the district have raised concerns about how children are safeguarded.

Keighley's Wildlife Rescue Sanctuaries charity in desperate need of support

Keighley News: Marianne Crowley with a rescued hedgehog

1:16pm Thursday 9th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY charity that has saved the lives of thousands of sick and wounded animals is fighting to survive.

Pupils at Oakbank and Parkside schools targeted in minibus raids

Keighley News: Mark Priestley with his mum after the rugby tournament robbery

12:30pm Thursday 9th October 2014

SCHOOL rugby teams competing in a tournament had laptops, computer tablets, phones and even their uniforms stolen by thieves who raided minibuses while they played.

Keighley's Muhammadi Mosque hits out at "barbaric" IS terrorists following murder of aid worker Alan Henning

Keighley News: Shohab Ali outside the Muhammadi Mosque, in Showfield

12:46pm Thursday 9th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY mosque has branded the terrorist group that beheaded British aid worker Alan Henning as a “murderous cult”.

Row over council's alleged "failure" to inform planning panel of proposed tree felling in Mill Hill, Haworth

Keighley News: Haworth parish councillor Barry Thorne stands at the site on Butt Lane where trees have been felled

1:21pm Thursday 9th October 2014

AN ALLEGED breakdown in council communication meant information to help determine a Haworth planning application was not available when needed, according to a pair of councillors.

Tributes paid to well-known Haworth trader

Keighley News: Stan Ledgard outside Spooks in Haworth Main Street with one of his previous dogs Nina

11:33am Thursday 9th October 2014

FAMILY and friends will say a final farewell to a familiar face from Haworth Main Street next week.

Precious Japanese learning experience for Holy Family Catholic School students

Keighley News: The Holy Family pupils, accompanied by other international students, pictured in Asakusa, a temple district of Tokyo. From right are: Hannah Kilcoyne, Sarah Szczur, Jack Lewis and Jack Coppen.

1:13pm Thursday 9th October 2014

A GROUP of school pupils from Keighley enjoyed a sought-after trip to Japan, courtesy of an offer from a media and educational organisation.

Hothfield Junior School children trained to help pupils get the most out of playtime

Keighley News: The new team of Hothfield Buddies gather around the Buddy Bench in the Hothfield playground

1:10pm Thursday 9th October 2014

HELP is at hand for youngsters in Silsden to make sure their school play sessions remain stimulating and fun.

Stanbury man dies defending a village from the Germans

Keighley News: Private Rennie Hollings

1:07pm Thursday 9th October 2014

FIVE brothers from the Hollings family of Stanbury served during the First World War.

Great War pilgrimage in footsteps of Lothersdale grandfather

Keighley News: Peter Rhodes visits Cambrai

1:05pm Thursday 9th October 2014

A JOURNALIST and historian has been on a First World War battlefield pilgrimage.

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.

Double yellow lines approved in Haworth despite protests

Keighley News: Councillor Rebecca Poulsen at the site on Mytholmes Lane, Haworth, where double yellow lines are to be extended (11084288)

12:46pm Thursday 9th October 2014

PLANS to put double yellow lines on a Haworth road have been agreed, despite dozens of objections.

Nearly 90 per cent of burglaries in Bradford district remain unsolved

Keighley News: Superintendent Scott Bisset

12:34pm Thursday 9th October 2014

ALMOST 90 per cent of burglaries reported in the district during the last two years remain unsolved.

Keighley Bangladeshi Community Association hits back following complaints

Keighley News: Bangaldeshi Community Association chairman Mohammed Ahsan Ullah, right, with health engagement co-ordinator Abbas Ali (11091615)

12:07pm Thursday 9th October 2014

A KEIGHLEY group has acted swiftly to reassure users following complaints about the way it runs its community centre.

Airedale Hospital gains Investors in People bronze award

Keighley News:

11:39am Thursday 9th October 2014

AIREDALE Hospital has achieved bronze in a national scheme to promote training and development.

Airedale Hospital radiographers could take part in industrial action

Keighley News:

11:39am Thursday 9th October 2014

RADIOGRAPHERS at Airedale Hospital could take part in industrial action.

TUC national president addresses Keighley meeting

Keighley News:

11:35am Thursday 9th October 2014

TUC national president Mohammad Taj told a meeting in Keighley how he would fight to save the NHS.

Eastburn great grandmother dies aged 106

Keighley News: (11169518)

11:32am Thursday 9th October 2014

A WOMAN who spent her final years of her life at the Gables care home in Eastburn has died at the age of 106.

Gym steps in to raise cash for seriously ill Keighley youngster

Keighley News:

11:26am Thursday 9th October 2014

A GYM raised nearly £300 to help a young Keighley boy who is battling an aggressive form of cancer.






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