• Gardeners' question time to be held at Glusburn

    A GARDENERS' question time is being held at Glusburn. The event is being staged on Friday, April 19, by Glusburn & Cross Hills Gardening Society. It takes place at Glusburn Community and Arts Centre – the institute building – in Colne Road,

  • Lees meeting to hear more about life in war-torn Ukraine

    A LEES meeting will learn more about life in war-torn Ukraine. Members of Keighley's Ukrainian community, who have supported people fleeing from their homeland and settling in this country, are attending the Lees Methodist Church Meeting Point.

  • New police plea as woman, 81, dies after Keighley collision

    A PEDESTRIAN who was seriously injured after a collision in Keighley has died. Joan McInerny, 81, was involved in a collision with a Toyota Yaris at the junction of Long Lee Lane and Cherry Tree Rise last Monday (March 25). She died in hospital

  • Free Easter fun at Keighley's Cliffe Castle: PHOTOS

    HUNDREDS of people descended on Keighley's Cliffe Castle over the Easter weekend. On Saturday, there was an Easter egg hunt. Participants searched for brightly-coloured wooden eggs concealed around the Spring Gardens Lane park and museum.

  • Silsden-based building society reports another strong year

    SILSDEN-based Ecology Building Society has reported another strong year. The society generated full-year profits of £1.02 million for 2023. Bosses say the figure is down from £1.66m in 2022, but that the drop can be attributed to higher costs

  • Apprenticeships funding boost welcomed by South Craven MP

    SOUTH Craven MP Julian Smith has welcomed a package of reforms which he says will boost apprenticeships across his constituency. Backed by £60 million of Government funding in 2024-25, the full cost of training apprentices aged up to 21 will be