MEMBERS of Keighley's Scout movement hosted a youth hustings.

Three Keighley and Ilkley constituency parliamentary candidates – Labour's John Grogan, Conservative Robbie Moore and Independent Vaz Shabir – attended.

Green Party candidate, John Wood, sent his apologies.

The event was held at the Fell Lane Scout headquarters.

Questions covered a wide range of issues, from the NHS and national service proposals to who would win football's Euro 2024 tournament.

Toby Hammond, Scouts county youth commissioner and the hustings host, said: "It was a pleasure to be able to host this event, making sure our young people’s voices are heard during this election period. They did so well to come up with such a wide range of issues which directly affect them."

A spokesperson for Keighley Scouts said: "Scouting is all about giving young people skills for life, and this event promoted democratic education and representation, which is important. The young people really enjoyed it."

* The full line-up of candidates standing for Keighley and Ilkley in the July 4 general election is Chris Adams (Liberal Democrats), Dominic James Atlas (Yorkshire Party), John Grogan (Labour), Andrew Mark Judson (Reform UK), Robbie Moore (Conservative), Vaz Shabir (Independent) and John Wood (Green Party).