Route and timetable changes for airport bus services take place next month

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Martin Love

6:34pm Monday 29th September 2014

CHANGES are to take place next month on airport bus services which include timetable alterations to better suit flight times as well as shift patterns of airport employees.

Patients in Bradford to be given control of healthcare budgets

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Carers' Resource is one of two charities operating the scheme across Bradford

7:04am Monday 29th September 2014

BRADFORD residents with complex medical needs will have the option to take over their own healthcare budget from this week in a development which promises an improved quality of life.

Rural communities could lose out in Bradford's children's centre shake-up, claim Tories

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cllr Malcolm Sykes

8:02am Monday 29th September 2014

CONCERNS have been raised that a shake-up of Bradford's network of children's centres will leave the district's rural areas at a disadvantage.

Shipley MP Philip Davies insists he has no plans to follow MP pal by defecting to UKIP

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Shipley MP Philip Davies

10:30pm Sunday 28th September 2014

SHIPLEY MP Philip Davies tonight said he would “continue to work” with a Tory MP who has switched to UKIP – while insisting he had no plans to copy him.

Interests mounts as waste tip in Bingley goes on market

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FOR SALE: The waste transfer site, Hill Top Works, Bingley, on sale for £390,000. Picture courtesy of Flythru

5:03pm Sunday 28th September 2014

BUYING up an old landfill might not appeal to many people, but it seems one such site is attracting a surprising amount of interest.

MP organises over-65s fair to assist pensioners

2:57pm Friday 26th September 2014

PENSIONERS are expected to benefit from an 'Over 65s Fair' which brings together under one roof key organisations which provide services for those in that age group.

Shipley doctor backs new health guidelines to save £11.2m

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ADVICE: Dr Matt Fay from Westcliffe Medical Centre, Shipley

5:45pm Thursday 25th September 2014

A SHIPLEY doctor has backed new national health guidelines which could save the NHS more than £11 million a year.

Live BLOG: Follow pair's epic charity cycle journey from Bradford to Spain

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

2:43pm Thursday 25th September 2014

Two Baildon cyclists tell of their progress as they tackle an epic 2,000-mile, 36-day charity cycle ride to Benalmadina, Spain

Tributes paid to former ambulance chief who led operations during Bradford City fire disaster

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CHIEF: John Davis, pictured in his role as West Yorkshire Chief Ambulance Officer in 1979

7:32am Thursday 25th September 2014

A FORMER ambulance chief who played a major role in the response to the Bradford City fire disaster has died aged 80 at his Shipley home.

Saltaire pub owners appeal to Government in bid to open later

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: APPEAL: The owners of the Hop are appealing against a decision to prevent it opening until 1.30am

7:03am Wednesday 24th September 2014

OWNERS of a pub forced to close at midnight when a neighbouring pub can trade until 1.30am are taking a fight against Bradford Council to the Government.

Police follow tyre tracks to seize off-road motorbike

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (7242087)

12:22pm Wednesday 24th September 2014

POLICE followed tyre tracks across open ground in Windhill to locate a 17-year-old riding off-road on a motorbike, which they seized before issuing a Section 59 warning which prohibits any further anti-social riding by the teenager or use of the bike.

Woman, 39, admits 'despicable' thefts of charity collections boxes

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: GUILTY: Donna Hardy who stole the takings from two charity collection boxes

5:36pm Tuesday 23rd September 2014

A 39-YEAR-OLD Shipley woman has pleaded guilty to stealing cash from two charity collection boxes.

Lottery bonanza for Shipley charity to help elderly stay independent

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: AWARD: Volunteers from the Older and Bolder project are celebrating a grant from the Big Lottery Fund. Clockwise from left, Sara Allkins, Liz Spiers, Jason Mitchell, Vick Jenkins, Paul Barrett, Jenna Spiers, Peter Sutcliffe and Julie Whitaker

12:03am Tuesday 23rd September 2014

VOLUNTEERS who help older people stay independent are today celebrating a near £450,000 Lottery bonanza to expand a project which had been struggling on a shoestring.

D-Day looms over public toilets closures

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CONCERN: Pam Laking, chairman of the Friends of St Ives, who is pushing for public toilets at the beauty spot to remain open

11:36am Monday 22nd September 2014

COMPLEX options on the future of closure- threatened public toilets in Shipley, Bingley and the St Ives Estate have been revealed ahead of a crucial meeting this week.

Airedale Hospital radiographers to vote over strike action

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Meeting at Airedale Hospital

3:36pm Monday 22nd September 2014

RADIOGRAPHERS at Bradford Royal Infirmary and Airedale Hospital could take part in national strike action after being balloted by the Society of Radiographers (SoR).

Model Railway Society is on track as exhibition attracts 2,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Young enthusiast Finlay Dixon, aged five, closely watches trains at the Shipley Model Railway Exhibition

12:09pm Monday 22nd September 2014

ACTON Parkway, Cowgill and Karolina Falls were among the 17 layouts on display at the Shipley model railway exhibition this weekend.

Village ramble to raise money for hospice charity

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Evesham Rambling Club July Ramble

12:10pm Monday 22nd September 2014

A RAMBLE in and around Harden takes place on Saturday to raise funds for the Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice in Oxenhope.

Art group’s work is put on display at arts centre

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ARTIST Pam Laking of the Bingley Portrait and Still Life Group at an exhibition of members' work at Baildon Library which runs until September 27.

12:07pm Monday 22nd September 2014

DRAWINGS by members of a Bingley Art group are on show at Baildon library in an exhibition which runs until this Saturday.

Bradford canoeist completes charity challenge - drinking river water along the way

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Robin Naylor with a Aqua filter which he will use to drink water taken from the river during his journey

1:44pm Sunday 21st September 2014

A CHARITY canoeist from Bradford has safely paddled 112 miles from Malham Tarn to Hull's Humber Bridge - drinking the river water along the way.

VIDEO: Saltaire Festival and Otley Folk Festival see streets come alive with music and dance

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

9:28pm Sunday 21st September 2014

THOUSANDS of visitors flocked to the last weekend of Saltaire Festival.

VIDEO: Robin drinks fresh Aire in 112-mile charity canoe challenge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Robin Taylor who is raising money for Aquabox Water Filters by canoeing the length of the River Aire

12:59pm Friday 19th September 2014

A BRADFORD man washed down a bacon sandwich with some water from the River Aire when he stopped in Bingley during a 112-mile charity challenge.

Baildon pair to head off on 2,000 mile charity cycle challenge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Baildon charity cyclists Paul Kearns landlord of Bull's Head (left) and Steve Tindall set off for Spain on Sunday.

7:33pm Thursday 18th September 2014

TWO Baildon cyclists begin a 2,000 mile sponsored ride to Spain this Sunday spurred on by their shared love for the same woman.

VIDEO: College principal takes Ice Bucket Challenge at freshers fair

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (10491032)

2:26pm Thursday 18th September 2014

SHIPLEY College principal Nav Chohan took on the Ice Bucket Challenge to the delight of staff and students during the college's Freshers Fair.

Bar burglary suspects arrested after motorway chase

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

2:43pm Thursday 18th September 2014

TWO burglary suspects were arrested following a police chase after their getaway car was caught on camera.

Golfers saddle-up for fundraiser in friend's memory

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: From left, Andrew Walker, Darren Tordoff, Richard Gillgrass and Andy Crowther

2:40pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

FOUR golfers have swapped their clubs for saddles and embarked on a gruelling 1150 mile cycle challenge in support of two cancer charities.

Intrepid fundraiser Robin Naylor starts endurance canoe challenge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CHALLENGE: Robin Naylor who is canoeing the length of the River Aire???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

6:35am Tuesday 16th September 2014

AN INTREPID Bradford man today starts a 112-mile charity canoe challenge along the River Aire - and he will drink the river's water along the way.

New petition calls for new council for Bingley area

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Shipley MP Philip Davies

6:02am Tuesday 16th September 2014

POLITICAL freedom for Bingley is at the heart a petition calling for a new local council for the town.

Harvest festival of food and drink to be held in Bingley town centre

5:45pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A HARVEST festival of food and drink will take over Bingley town centre in an event run independently for the first time by town leaders and traders.

Crowds flock to opening of Saltaire Festival

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:22am Monday 15th September 2014

SALTAIRE Festival kicked off in style over the weekend with visitors flocking to various sites around the village for a “great spread” of family events.

Villages set to benefit from faster internet speeds

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Superfast broadband on the way to east Cleveland

3:32pm Monday 15th September 2014

EMPLOYMENT may get a welcome boost in Harden and Wilsden thanks to the imminent arrival of superfast broadband, say local councillors.

Arts centre and hotel among ideas touted to boost Saltaire's tourist appeal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Victoria Road, Saltaire

5:32am Thursday 11th September 2014

SALTAIRE residents have had their first look at future plans for the World Heritage Site which could include a new hotel and a major arts centre in the heart of the village in a bid to boost tourism.

Hurdles being cleared for new supermarket in Bingley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: WRANGLE: The site of the proposed Aldi supermarket in Bingley

6:47am Thursday 11th September 2014

THE way is almost clear for food giant Aldi to start work on a new store in Bingley as Bradford Council has now agreed terms with the Highways Agency over its purchase of a necessary strip of land.

WW1 play set to attract crowds at Saltaire Festival

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FESTIVAL: Not  About Heroes actors, (from left), Iain Barwick, Sheila Lansdell and Kate Breeze

6:57pm Monday 8th September 2014

HISTORIC streets and gardens in Saltaire will be the backdrop for a drama which explores the effects of the First World War on the people of West Yorkshire.

Energetic Louie is still ‘waltzing’ at 105

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CELEBRATION: Sarah Piotrowski, with her sons Jim Yates, left, and Peter Yates.

12:50pm Monday 8th September 2014

AN energetic resident at a Bingley care home received her second telegram from the Queen as she celebrated her 105th birthday.

Persistent shoplifter is barred from Shipley town centre

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SHOPLIFTER: Shaun Kellett

5:32am Saturday 6th September 2014

MAGISTRATES have banned a "persistent" shoplifter from Shipley town centre.

High praise for straight A student Joseph

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: AIMING HIGH: Joseph Krol who has achieved 17 GCSEs at A* grades

5:02am Friday 5th September 2014

IS Joseph Krol the Bradford's smartest teenager?

MP urges Council to make evicted travellers foot the bill

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ILLEGAL: The travellers camp at the Buck Lane business park site in Baildon in July

4:36pm Thursday 4th September 2014

TRAVELLERS should be made to foot the bill when they are evicted from illegal sites, according to an MP.

Commercial Feature: Join the World's Biggest Coffee Morning with Macmillan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: World's Biggest Coffee Morning

4:00pm Thursday 4th September 2014

Join people in your area for the Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 26th September – all in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support. 

VIDEO: Bingley Music Live clean-up under way

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CLEAN-UP: Workers dismantle the Bingley Music Live stage in Myrtle Park

3:22pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

THE clean-up and dismantling operation is well under way at Myrtle Park after the three-day Bingley Music Live festival.

Campaigners issue call to arms to save Bingley's swimming pool

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: UNDER THREAT: Bingley  Pool

5:32am Monday 1st September 2014

SAVE Bingley swimming pool campaigners are urging people to sign up and be counted when a Bradford Council consultation roadshow rolls into town on Wednesday.

Brewery's success leads to expansion plans

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: BREWING UP: Tony Gartland, of Saltaire Brewery, who wants to expand its operations

5:02am Monday 1st September 2014

BOOMING Saltaire Brewery hopes to build on its success by creating a brand new canal-side bar and also expanding its production space by 30 per cent.

Badly-injured dad, 43, complains to CPS after wounding charge dropped over brawl

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: AGGRIEVED: David Tait and his wife Marcia

7:02am Monday 1st September 2014

A DAD who suffered fractures to his nose, cheek and eye socket during a brawl with a man half his age whom he accused of verbally abusing his teenage daughter said he has lost his faith in the justice system after a wounding charge was dropped by prosecutors.

Baildon full town council meeting

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix leader comment

9:00pm Monday 1st September 2014

THE next meeting of Baildon full town council will be on Monday, September 8 at 7.30pm. Meetings take place at the Baildon Community Link on Cliffe Avenue. Contact the Clerk for more information on: 01274593169.

Dementia Friends session at Shipley Library

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix leader comment

7:00pm Monday 1st September 2014

COUNCIL wardens and police officers will attend a Dementia Friends session on Thursday from 9.30am-10.30am at Shipley Library. To book a place, call Paula Truman on 01274 437146.

Saltaire on show as part of two walks

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix leader comment

6:00pm Monday 1st September 2014

BACKYARDS, gardens and allotments in Saltaire will be on show as part of two walks around the town.

Wizard of Oz theme at a workshop in Saltaire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix leader comment

6:00pm Monday 1st September 2014

CREATIVE kids can make sculptures with a Wizard of Oz theme at a workshop in Saltaire.

Wacky Scarecrow Walk in Baildon

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix leader comment

3:41pm Monday 1st September 2014

THE Wacky Scarecrow Walk takes place on Saturday September 13 in Browgate, Baildon from 10am until 5pm. For more information contact Baildon in Bloom

World heritage site residents cry foul over 'incongruous' lamppost

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CRITICISM: Francis Cafferty, of Saltaire Preservation Society, by the heavily criticised lamppost

6:02pm Sunday 31st August 2014

A STREET lamp which suddenly appeared in the heart of Saltaire World Heritage Site has sparked a flood of criticism for its ill-fitting design.

Planners' report on controversial Thackley homes development provokes howls of protest

5:31am Friday 29th August 2014

A CONTROVERSIAL 270 home development at Cote Farm, Thackley, has been recommended for approval by Bradford planners to the dismay of objectors.

English Heritage praised for stance over controversial homes plan in Apperley Bridge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CONTROVERSY:  The photomontage of the proposed development

6:47am Thursday 28th August 2014

ENGLISH Heritage as been praised for continuing to criticise plans to build modern duplex apartments on a hillside overlooking the canal and conservation area at Simpson Green, Apperley Bridge.


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