• Summer fun event raises £725 to help school funds

    A Silsden school’s summer fair was a great success – despite having to be moved due to the weather. The event, which was held at Hothfield Junior School rather than on its playing field, raised £725. Attractions at the fair – organised by the school

  • Jubilee song is a high note of school’s performance

    A Cross Hills school has given a rare performance of Gary Barlow’s diamond jubilee song, Sing. All 111 pupils at Malsis School joined in the rendition, which was the highlight of the school’s summer concert at the weekend. The sheet music for Sing has

  • Doorstep salesmen not welcome

    Police were on the streets of Steeton and Silsden this week after the launch of a clampdown on doorstep conmen. No Cold Calling Zones were launched in both areas with funding from Bradford councillors who serve the wards. The zones are around Gloucester

  • Warning issued on ‘horse tranquilliser’ drug

    District drug experts are warning about the dangers of ketamine - a horse tranquilliser increasingly being used as a party drug. Bradford Council and Airedale Bradford & Leeds Primary Care Trust warn that prolonged or heavy use of the drug can cause

  • Nurse issues appeal to sign up to organ register

    A specialist nurse at Airedale Hospital is urging people to sign up to the national organ donor register. Rachel Wiseman will have an information stand at the hospital tomorrow to spread the word about the importance of organ donation. The initiative