KEIGHLEY Rugby Union Football Club is celebrating its centenary.

The Utley club actually reached the milestone last year, but a host of planned commemorations had to be put on hold due to the pandemic.

Now a celebratory event is being held at the ground, in Skipton Road, on Saturday, July 16.

Between noon and 5pm, there will be a host of family activities – including a bouncy castle, balloon art and face painting.

And then from 7pm until 1am, there is a live band – Hit the Lights – DJ and hog roast. The evening event is for over-18s only.

Entry is £5 for the whole day, with free admission to the afternoon activities for those aged under 16.

"2021 was our centenary year – with lots of celebrations planned – but Covid-19 resulted in things being deferred," said a spokesperson. "We are now able to hold a celebratory day!"