• Civic centre bar licence application withdrawn

    An application to sell alcohol in the new Keighley Civic Centre has been withdrawn pending amendments and a planned resubmission. The submission from Keighley Town Council was due to be considered by a meeting of the Bradford, Keighley and Shipley Licensing

  • Mike uses his loaf to launch new bread line

    An award-winning Keighley baker is preparing for the national launch of his acclaimed bread recipe. Mike Armstrong, who works in the bakery at the Sainsbury’s supermarket in Keighley, came up with the idea for a loaf incorporating beer and three cheeses

  • Kara makes the final of Twitter talent contest

    A Cononley woman is through to the final of a national performance competition being run on Twitter. Kara Bayer, 25, a former pupil at South Craven School, has been announced as a finalist in the Search For A Twitter Star competition and will perform

  • Councillor voices fire cover concern

    A blaze in central Keighley has sparked new concerns about firefighter cover for Silsden. A local councillor fears residents will be put in danger whenever Silsden’s fire engine tackles out-of-town blazes. Adrian Naylor claims replacement crews from

  • Chance to attend the garden party

    A project aims to bring volunteers together to design and build a community garden in the Beechcliffe area of Cliffe Castle Park. The organisers of the initiative, Keighley Garden of Life, say the garden will be suitable to be enjoyed by everyone

  • Signs make road safer for visually impaired

    Signs warning motorists about the presence of blind people have been erected outside the sight airedale premises in Keighley. It follows concerns raised by sight-impaired John Green about increased traffic levels past the centre in Scott Street, and