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

Steam railway weekend a spectacular success in Keighley, Haworth and Oxenhope

Keighley News:

4:09pm Monday 13th October 2014

FAMILIES and enthusiasts ensured the Steam Spectacular was a success on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.

Hainworth Wood Community Centre events

12:28pm Thursday 17th September 2009

Activities will run every weekday evening for children at the Hainworth Wood Community Centre.

Doctor retires after 40-year medical career

Keighley News: Dr Morris Brown

11:31am Thursday 17th September 2009

A dedicated and popular former hospital doctor and GP has retired after caring for thousands of patients during a 40-year medical career in the district.

Derelict-building fire investigated

9:40am Thursday 27th August 2009

Police are investigating a ferocious blaze which took hold of a derelict building near Cullingworth Primary School early on Saturday.

£2m landfill-site restoration scheme gets go ahead

8:50am Thursday 13th August 2009

Plans for a £2 million restoration of a Cullingworth landfill site have been approved.

New committee brings gala fun back to village

Keighley News: gala queen Georgia Beith with attendants   Lauren Blues, Sophie Dyson, and Natasha Dore

8:50am Thursday 23rd July 2009

A heavy downpour failed to dampen the spirits at Sunday afternoon’s Cullingworth Gala.

Local lad Malcolm opens Denholme Gala

Keighley News: Children on the Denholme Toddler Group float

11:15am Thursday 9th July 2009

The weather for Denholme Gala on Saturday could not have been better.

It's a fairytale gala at Wilsden

Keighley News: Children on the Wilsden Primary School float

11:10am Thursday 9th July 2009

Crowds flocked to Wilsden Gala on Sunday.

Children’s gala hailed success

Keighley News: Lucy Topham with Francesca Hamer and Ellie Wakefield

8:40am Thursday 25th June 2009

A light shower during the procession did not dampen spirits at Harden Children’s Gala on Saturday.

‘Fantastic’ mum wins inner beauty award

Keighley News: Sharon Lay is pictured with her husband David, who nominated her, and daughter Emma.

10:20am Thursday 18th June 2009

A former community midwife, who had to leave her job when she was badly injured in a car accident, has been given a regional award for her work with victims of domestic violence.

Villages get the clean brigade

9:10am Thursday 18th June 2009

“Grot spots” in Denholme, Harden, Cullingworth and Wilsden were cleared as part of a £50,000 clean-up.

Wild-flower meadow is planted

10:20am Sunday 14th June 2009

Plants grown at Bradford Council’s Woodville Work Activity Centre, in Keighley, are helping to transform a site.

Village planning fun day at gala

10:50am Thursday 11th June 2009

The 36th Harden Children’s Gala is set to be a bumper success.

Nature plays its part in fun zone

Keighley News: Marcus Coombes, six, having a go in the sand play area

10:30am Thursday 11th June 2009

Children at St Ives Estate, Harden, are enjoying adventures thanks to a new £170,000 play area.

Deadline looms to apply for grants

9:20am Thursday 11th June 2009

Groups in Denholme, Crossflatts, Harden and Cullingworth have just six days to apply for cash from three grant pots.

Elvis the parrot has left the district

Keighley News: Scarlet Williams with Elvis the parrot  in happier times

11:20am Friday 29th May 2009

Elvis the parrot has left the district.

Friendly scheme moves to villages

3:50pm Thursday 21st May 2009

Older people in Crossflatts could find a new friend thanks to a volunteer project.

Cash will be used on repairs to chapel

8:40am Thursday 14th May 2009

Urgent repairs to Harden Congregational Chapel will be funded from a £1.44 million grant.

The pub where customers can read, knit or just have a drink

Keighley News: New landlady at the New Inn in Wilsden Joanne Chappel

9:00am Thursday 30th April 2009

A village pub has put itself at the heart of the community with its own library, coffee mornings and even knitting lessons.

Children enjoy taste of success

Keighley News: The Parkside School students’ sausage tasting

11:14am Thursday 23rd April 2009

Students at Parkside School in Cullingworth have enjoyed sizzling success in a competition.

Homes scheme on green belt site

11:10am Thursday 16th April 2009

A former abattoir at Sun Side Farm, Denholme Gate, could be transformed into 11 homes.

Plan for homes on mill site withdrawn

10:00am Thursday 16th April 2009

A plan to build 47 houses at Denholme Gate has been withdrawn by the applicant.

Quality status awarded again

Keighley News: Oxenhope Parish Council members receive their Quality Parish Council re-accreditation certificate from Worth Valley district councillor Peter Hill,

9:50am Thursday 16th April 2009

The council became the first authority in Yorkshire to be re-accredited with Quality Parish Council status.

Speeding drivers should be targeted

9:00am Thursday 16th April 2009

A total of five crimes were reported in Oxenhope last month.

‘Deserve better from Bradford’

8:50am Thursday 16th April 2009

Oxenhope Parish Council still struggles to obtain the funding and recognition it deserves from Bradford, according to its chairman.

Flower show at the Fleece

Keighley News: Viv MacdonaldTracy Hannan and Sarah and Emily Macdonald at the Harden Beck show

8:40am Thursday 16th April 2009

Harden Beck Horticultural Society has said it with flowers.

Student exhibits sports pictures

9:50am Friday 3rd April 2009

A Denholme student’s new photography exhibition highlights sports courses at Bradford College.

Villagers get chance to view masterplan to regenerate ‘run down’ industrial site

9:00am Thursday 2nd April 2009

Regeneration plans for a “run down” industrial site in Cullingworth are being exhibited for residents to see.

Churches join forces in new partnership

Keighley News: The Joshua stained glass window

11:20am Friday 20th March 2009

Religious history will be made when Anglicans and non-conformists officially join forces under one roof.

Planners say houses are 'not suitable'

11:38am Thursday 19th March 2009

A proposal to build 47 houses at Den-holme Gate has been recommended for refusal by planning officers.

Sculptor appeals for return of Denholme Buck

Keighley News: The statue of a deer that was stolen

10:06am Thursday 12th March 2009

A young sculptor’s first public commission has been stolen just five days after it was put up.

Vicarage demolition stopped by council

Keighley News: from left, vice-chairman Jacqui Guy, chairman John Coultous and Anne Jordan

8:20am Thursday 12th March 2009

The demolition of a village vicarage has been stopped after Bradford Council officers stepped in.

Book is back in its 'spiritual home'

Keighley News: Astrid Hansen charts the journey made by the books

10:10am Friday 6th March 2009

A 100-year-old book of Yorkshire dialects has finally returned to its author’s spiritual home — after a journey which took it thousands of miles around the world.

Residents raise concerns at neighbourhood forums

10:08am Thursday 5th March 2009

The latest neighbourhood forums in Cullingworth, Denholme, Crossflatts and Wilsden attracted a total of 160 people.

Youths show what’s on the menu at café

Keighley News: Paige Fenwick decorating a biscuit at the Denholme Youth Café open day, held to showcase youngsters’ work

9:40am Thursday 5th March 2009

Biscuit-making, T-shirt printing and a climbing wall were all on offer at a fun day at Denholme Youth Café.

£20,000 set aside for parish clean-ups

8:42am Thursday 26th February 2009

Two community clean-ups have been proposed in Cullingworth over the next 12 months.

Youth café is being thrown open to public

8:20am Thursday 26th February 2009

A climbing wall and T-shirt printing will be among the attractions at an open day at Denholme Youth Café on Saturday.

Families have to flee homes as lorry crashes through wall

9:10am Thursday 19th February 2009

Families were forced to flee after a lorry skidded on black ice and came to rest above a 15ft drop — dangerously close to their homes.

Boss is fined for illegal waste

11:28am Thursday 5th February 2009

A skip hire company boss has been ordered to pay a total of £1,265 for illegally dumping waste on Bradford Council land.

Moves to bring vital services closer to neighbourhoods outlined for councillors

10:18am Thursday 5th February 2009

Services for children and young people in villages like Cullingworth and Denholme are being made more local.

Speed bumps are approved

8:30am Thursday 22nd January 2009

Councillors have ignored a transport operator’s objections to speed bumps near a school, which they said could cause injury to bus passengers.

Baby died days after birth

8:40am Thursday 15th January 2009

An eight-day-old baby died of a virus after being born slightly prematurely, a Bradford inquest heard.

Tree-mendous entries at church fair

Keighley News: Picture shows: Nicola Drake and her son Isaac in front of Sweet Tree, by Danielle Lumbers, and the Scouting tree.

10:00am Wednesday 24th December 2008

A Christmas tree fair at Denholme Shared Church was a huge success.

Clean-up teams’ disgust at dog dirt

Keighley News: The clean-up team

9:57am Thursday 18th December 2008

Youths and adults from different action groups across the area joined forces for a litter crackdown in a popular Denholme park.

Children fill boxes of joy

Keighley News: Children with the shoeboxes thay have filled

12:02pm Thursday 11th December 2008

Pictured above are pupils from Harden Primary School with some of the 69 Rotary shoeboxes they have filled for children in Eastern Europe.

Town boost for Special Olympians

8:02am Friday 28th November 2008

Denholme Town Council has pledged £500 to support a villager who will be competing in next year’s Special Olympics.

Extension should be ready for the spring

Keighley News: The picture shows Senior steward Kathleen Crabtree laying the stone

11:42am Thursday 20th November 2008

The foundation stone for the new £300,000 extension at the Methodist Church, in Cullingworth, was officially laid following a short service led by the minister, the Rev Alf Waite, on Saturday.

Pupils get across anti-bully message

8:00am Thursday 20th November 2008

Pupils at Harden Primary School are taking part in a national week designed to show that bullies are not welcome.

Boxing clever at nature day

Keighley News: Ian Butterfield helps Emma Faulkner, seven, with her hand-made bird box

10:39am Thursday 13th November 2008

Birds and bats have been provided with the perfect pad by big-hearted residents who created homes for them.

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