• Cast overcome poor script issues to have a Happy Day

    HAPPY DAYS, KEIGHLEY AMATEURS Thank goodness the performances and production of this sitcom adaptation are strong. For if we relied on the raw material of script and songs we'd have a pretty bland evening. Instead, thanks to the energy,

  • Bronte Tractor Run raises £500 for Manorlands Hospice

    A Reo army truck was among the 30 vehicles that took part in the latest Bronte Tractor Run on Sunday. The convoy set off from Cross Roads and covered a slightly different route from normal, taking in East Morton, Bingley, Cottingley, Wilsden and

  • Bronte village on 'at risk' register

    Haworth is one of the region’s ten most important at-risk sites, heritage bosses have revealed. English Heritage has placed the Haworth Conservation Area on its Heritage at Risk Register 2012 due to a general architectural decline. The conservation

  • Glusburn pupils' reading visits boost community relations

    Learning has entered a new chapter for Glusburn Community Primary School pupils. A group of year six children visited Anchor’s Townend Close care home to share their books with residents. The youngsters read aloud and discussed their favourite

  • Keighley father of Hillsborough victim welcomes inquiry

    The Keighley father of Hillsborough victim Tony Bland has welcomed the announcement of the biggest-ever inquiry into police actions in the UK, following a hard-hitting report on the disaster. Police watchdog the Independent Police Complaints Commission

  • Firefighters tackle flat blaze

    Firefighters tackled a blaze at a Keighley flat last night. The fire, at a property in Aireworth Street, was caused by a pan being left unattended on a cooking hob. Two crews from Keighley fire station were called out at 8pm. Watch commander