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Bradford Telegraph and Argus: World's Biggest Coffee Morning

11:00am Monday 28th July 2014

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

Jail for train passenger who showed girls indecent images on his phone

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: JAILED: Gavin Rhodes

2:47pm Friday 25th July 2014

A SHIPLEY man who showed indecent phone images to three 12-year-old girls on a train has been sentenced to four years and nine months in prison.

Bingley residents in 'Shamesbury's' jibe as future of former Bradford & Bingley HQ site remains uncertain

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PLANS: The former Bradford & Bingley headquarters

12:23pm Friday 25th July 2014

ANGRY residents and trade leaders confronted Sainsbury's bosses last night over the future of the former Bradford & Bingley headquarters in the town.

VIDEO: Britain's first female Muslim boxer's story taken to the stage

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: TRAINER: Boxer Ambreen Sadiq whose story is being turned into a play

7:02am Friday 25th July 2014

A WOMAN who became Britain's first female Muslim boxer is helping to train actors who are sharing her extraordinary story in a play.

Shipley deaf fitness company's national award vote plea

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (7242087)

3:07pm Thursday 24th July 2014

A HEALTHY lifestyle centre in Shipley which runs pioneering exercise classes for deaf people is appealing for public votes in a bid to win a national award.

Suicide verdict on man found hanging in Shipley woods

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Four-month-old baby girl died from 'unexplained' suffocation  at Bradford home, inquest told

3:45pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A POLISH man who concentrated on making a living was found hanging in Shipley woodland by a dog walker, an inquest has heard.

MP Philip Davies in plea over boarding schools cash for forces children

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: MP Philip Davies

3:38pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

SHIPLEY MP Philip Davies has said more cash should be pumped into state boarding schools to allow children of those in the armed forces to go there and save the taxpayer money.

Talented brass musician Rod Franks killed in road crash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Shipley trumpet player Rod Franks

6:19pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

A SHIPLEY musician who played with the area's best known brass bands before forging a successful career in London has been killed in a car crash.

Police appeal after woman sexually assaulted on canal tow path

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10:59am Monday 21st July 2014

A WOMAN was sexually assaulted on a canal towpath in Bingley.

VIDEO: Bingley Show beats the rain - and pulls in the crowds

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

12:12am Monday 21st July 2014

UMBRELLAS, raincoats and wellington boots were the order of the day at a damp Bingley Show.

Historic backdrop for World War One Shipley service

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Reverend John Rainer stands in front of the World War One memorial stained glass window at St Peter's Church, Shipley

3:03pm Sunday 20th July 2014

A STAINED glass window will be a poignant backdrop during a service to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One on Monday August 4.

Saltaire gears up for rib tickling festival

8:02am Saturday 19th July 2014

Saltaire Festival is gearing up for a rib-tickling September with tickets now on sale for top comedy acts.

Town gets ready for the 133rd Bingley Show

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ON SHOW: The contest to find the winners in the cattle section at Bingley Show is likely to be highly competitive

2:25pm Thursday 17th July 2014

CHAMPAGNE Satins, Dove Tans, Agoutis and Ivories are some of the exotic mini stars at the 133rd Bingley Show on Saturday.

Hope for campaigners in battle to save public toilets in Bingley, Shipley and St Ives

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Shipley traders spokesman, Barry Cooper, outside the toilets in Shipley that are facing closure

12:40pm Wednesday 16th July 2014

CAMPAIGNERS battling to save public toilets in Bingley, Shipley and the St Ives beauty spot have been offered a glimmer of hope.

High-speed broadband expanded across Silsden, Keighley and Cullingworth

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: BT wants to recruit more female engineers

11:25am Wednesday 16th July 2014

HIGH-speed fibre broadband is being rolled out to more areas across the district, it was announced last night.

VIDEO: Pupils get a taste of life in Shakespeare’s time at Elizabethan Day

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Primary pupils watch jousting as part of an Elizabethan day at Bingley Grammar School

11:43am Wednesday 16th July 2014

JOUSTING knights, birds of prey and romantic misunderstandings made up a school day with a difference for Bingley pupils.

Airedale A&E team steps out to raise funds for hospital's appeal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Preparing for the walk in aid of the Emergency Department Appeal are, from left, senior charge nurse Richard Rees-Jones, emergency nurse practitioner Jonathan Carter, senior sister Mel Glover, staff nurses Jo Goodman and Jessica Crossley and healthcare su

5:55pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

A TEAM at Airedale Hospital's A&E department is putting its best foot forward for a cause close to its heart.

Plane spotter 'saw UFO darting to and fro' in Wrose

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6:22pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

A self-confessed UFO sceptic believes he saw "something not of this planet" when he stepped out of his Wrose home yesterday.

Bingley cosmetics firm jobs boost with £300,000 grant

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Steve Richardson, director of Wildacre Cosmetics, Katharine Braim of Finance Yorkshire, and Steve Meredith, director of Wildacre Cosmetics.

10:44am Tuesday 15th July 2014

A BINGLEY-based cosmetics company is set to recruit up to ten more staff after securing a £300,000 Equity Linked Investment from Finance Yorkshire.

Street light planning permission trouble for Baildon school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (7242087)

5:45pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

A SCHOOL has landed itself an enforcement notice from planners after installing three street lights without permission along a footpath.

Saltaire Tour de France-themed art bikes stolen

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: One of the Tour de France art installations stolen in Saltaire

3:01pm Monday 14th July 2014

POLICE have appealed for information after two Tour De France themed art installations were stolen from the streets of Saltaire.

Town council invites ramblers for a weekend of walks

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Keen walker Baildon town council chairman Chris Flecknoe ready to welcome ramblers.

11:17am Monday 14th July 2014

Walkers from across Britain are invited to a packed weekend of guided rambles across the moor and strolls in the surrounding beautiful countryside above the Aire Valley.

Classic bike riders take on tough West Riding Trial race in Cullingworth

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A competitor in the West Riding Trial race, which started in Cullingworth, in action yesterday

4:07pm Monday 14th July 2014

MEMBERS of Yorkshire Classic Motorcycle Club revved up for action as they competed in the West Riding Trial race, starting at a Cullingworth pub.

Families enjoy Baildon Carnival fun

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

1:23pm Monday 14th July 2014

Around 1,000 visitors flocked to the revived Baildon Carnival, which was back after a year’s absence to provide family fun at the town’s Jenny Lane Fields.

Beckfoot friends are reunited for school fundraiser

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2:28pm Monday 14th July 2014

FORMER pupils from a Bingley school stepped back to the 1990s with a fundraising reunion following an online campaign.

MP's plain speaking could speed up construction of Bingley supermarket

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PLANS: An image of the proposed Aldi store at Bingley

8:42pm Friday 11th July 2014

THE Government is to speed up the arrival of a new Aldi superstore in Bingley after some plain talking in the House of Commons by the town's MP Philip Davies.

Volunteer drivers needed for Shipley scheme which prevents loneliness

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FRIENDSHIP: Volunteers are needed for The Shipley Area Links (SAL) Flexible Befriending Scheme

9:32am Friday 11th July 2014

A BEFRIENDING Scheme is appealing for volunteer drivers to help isolated people get out and about around the district.

Baildon Carnival makes big comeback this weekend

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: TEA FOR TWO: Baildon Belles, Jill Swift (left) and Sara Mogford, get ready for their 50's style refreshment tent at Baildon Carnival on Saturday

10:05am Thursday 10th July 2014

MUCH-loved Baildon Carnival has been reborn after a lapse last year and will fill the town with fun this Saturday.

Mass opposition sparks hopes of U-turn over public toilets closures

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CAMPAIGNING: Margaret Tucker and Gayle Rodgers with Shipley market traders who are opposed to the Council's decision to close the town's public toilets

6:02am Wednesday 9th July 2014

CAMPAIGNERS battling to save public toilets in Bingley, Shipley and the St Ives beauty spot from closure hope the sheer scale of opposition will now force councillors into a U-turn.

Enforcement warning by Council as it cracks down on 'rogue' front doors fitted to homes in historic Saltaire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: 11 Fanny Street

6:32am Tuesday 8th July 2014

GUARDIANS of Saltaire's World Heritage status are cracking down on rogue front doors fitted to houses in the village which are deemed to breach listed building rules.

Armed robbers jailed again for burgling sleeping family's home

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

5:25pm Tuesday 8th July 2014

TWO members of an armed gang who carried out a series of terrifying robberies across West Yorkshire have been jailed again after they burgled a family home in Baildon.

People power stops supermarket's bid for earlier opening

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Tesco Express store on Otley road in Baildon

6:32pm Sunday 6th July 2014

PEOPLE power has forced supermarket giant Tesco to fail in its bid to squeeze in an extra early hour of trading at its Express store in Baildon after a campaign to enforce planning rules.

Shipley Stroke Group's future at risk due to funding cuts

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CRISIS: Helen Galtress (left), of Shipley Stroke Group, who is warning its future is in jeopardy because of funding cuts

4:32pm Sunday 6th July 2014

A GROUP which supports stroke victims and carers could be forced to close within weeks if it cannot find more cash to keep it going.

Plans for new '19th hole' at Baildon golf club get green light

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: GREEN LIGHT:  An artist's impression of the interior of the new clubhouse at Baildon Golf Club

10:32am Sunday 6th July 2014

AN ECO-FRIENDLY scheme for a new "19th Hole" at Baildon Golf Club complete with solar panels and rainwater recycling has won approval from planners.

Fears over impact of new parking restrictions in Bingley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:05am Thursday 3rd July 2014

A PACKAGE of experimental new parking restrictions will be introduced across Bingley from today in an attempt to improve safety and ease congestion.

Councillors take developer to task for failing to follow building rules at Wilsden homes site

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: UNIMPRESSED: Cllr Doreen Lee who warned that retrospective applications will not be waved through

5:32pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

A DEVELOPER has been ordered to pin its planning conditions to its office wall after failing to follow building rules.

Man gets one-year pets ban after starving his two dogs

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12:25pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

A MAN who admitted keeping two dogs in "terrible" conditions has been banned from owning any animals for a year.

Pedal for your pint as pub gears up for Grand Depart with fundraiser

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: New Inn landlord Miguel Schreck and barmaid Lisa Walsh

12:05pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

A TASTE of France will be arriving in the district this weekend with the Grand Depart - but one pub is really getting into the spirit of things and supporting a charity at the same time.

Bingley Music Live supports disabled access campaign

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6:08pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

BINGLEY Music Live is supporting a national campaign to ensure people with disabilities have access to live music.

Widow's appeal to husband's former work colleagues to come forward

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: John Devine, who died of mesothelioma

8:32am Wednesday 2nd July 2014

The widow of a Baildon man who died from an asbestos-related cancer is appealing for his former colleagues to help lawyers investigate if more could have been done by his employers to protect him.

Shipley charity gets Le Tour boost to funds with Froome signed helmet raffle

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Caroline Harley, of Carers' Resource, with the helmet signed by Chris Froome which is being raffled by the charity

4:03pm Tuesday 1st July 2014

A HELMET signed by Tour de France winner Chris Froome is being raffled in a bid to boost the work of a Bradford charity which offers support to those looking after a loved one.

Tour de France tourist boom is proving right

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ** FILE ** View of the Tour de France cycling race's official logo logo, photographed on the Tour de France registration podium, prior to the 4th stage of the 93rd Tour de France cycling race between Huy, Belgium, and Saint-Quentin, northern France, i

8:02am Tuesday 1st July 2014

The predicted tourist boom prompted by the Tour de France is right on track, say hoteliers, guest house owners and event organisers across the district.

Travellers face legal action by Bradford Council

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ILLEGAL: The travellers' camp in sports fields off New Road, Cottingley

6:49pm Monday 30th June 2014

TRAVELLERS camped on playing fields at Cottingley are facing legal action from Bradford Council if they fail to leave the site.

College believes amended expansion plan would not harm World Heritage site

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The latest image of what the new Shipley College building would look like

10:02am Monday 30th June 2014

SHIPLEY College says it has listened to criticisms over its controversial expansion plans in Saltaire, but deny claims the planned building would spoil the World Heritage Site.

Life during the First World War is revealed in new history project

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A recruitment drive for young men to enlist in the war is held in Saltaire in 1915

7:32pm Sunday 29th June 2014

AN insight into life for Shipley residents during the First World War will be offered through reports from a newspaper published online 100 years on.

Nurse barred from working for nine months for taking hospital's drugs for own use

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Airedale Hospital

4:32pm Wednesday 25th June 2014

A NURSE has been suspended from working for nine months after taking morphine-based drugs meant for A&E patients while on duty.

Shipley shapes up for arts festival

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Uncle Tacko's Imaginarium will be performing on all three days of the Shipley Street Arts Festival.

8:02am Wednesday 25th June 2014

BOLLYWOOD dancers, New Orleans bands and Latino music will bring an international flavour to Shipley town centre as it stages its first-ever free street arts festival.

Shipley schoolboy and Ilkley PCSO are honoured for bravery in national police awards

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HONOURED: PCSO Darrin Thompson who has received a bravery award for tackling an armed robber

7:02am Saturday 21st June 2014

A schoolboy who was stabbed while playing in a Shipley skate park and a PCSO who tackled an armed robber have been honoured for their bravery.

A nod to history as new mural is created in Saltaire park

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: MURAL: Artist Tim Curtis (top left) with students (front, from left) Sam Chandler, Jarrell Waller, Callum Davis-Dunne and Jack Wainman, and (back, from left) Courtney Green, Geremy India and Asma Khan

8:02am Saturday 21st June 2014

VISITORS to Roberts Park, Saltaire, will be greeted with a striking new reminder of the village's history - thanks to pupils at a nearby school.

Trial postponed for man accused of racist postings on Facebook

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ACCUSED: Daniel Johnson, who is accused of posting racist comments on his Facebook page following the tragic suicide of a Bradford woman

3:58pm Friday 20th June 2014

The trial of a man accused of posting racist comments on his Facebook page, following the tragic suicide of Bradford mother Sobia Yousef, has been put back until August.



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