Remembrance services across the Bradford district this weekend

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The annual Act of Remembrance at the cenotaph in Bradford

11:59am Friday 9th November 2012

Brave servicemen and women who lost their lives in conflict will be remembered in the Bradford district as Remembrance Day services take place on Sunday.

Ramraiders strike at Bradford store

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ramraiders strike at Bradford store

1:19pm Thursday 13th September 2012

Detectives are hunting ramraiders who reversed a 4x4 truck into a Bradford off-licence early today.

Warning for quad bike riders in Buttershaw

9:00am Monday 27th August 2012

A quad bike rider has been warned by police for riding in an anti-social manner.

Violent Buttershaw drinker is jailed for attacks

5:10am Friday 18th May 2012

A 31-year-old man has been locked up for two drunken episodes of violence.

Rowdy Buttershaw youths identified by police

4:30am Saturday 17th March 2012

Police have identified 14 youths causing anti-social behaviour in Buttershaw.

Man fined for verbally abusing officer in Buttershaw

9:30am Monday 6th February 2012

A man who verbally abused a Police Community Support officer in Buttershaw before running off has been fined £80.

Buttershaw St Paul’s Amateurs want more!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The children performing in Oliver!

10:23am Friday 6th January 2012

Young members of Buttershaw St Paul’s Amateurs are hungry for success in their latest production.

Workshop sessions start for jobless

9:27am Thursday 5th January 2012

A six-week course of workshops to help people find employment will start next week.

Bradford men are fined £100 each for dumping bar fittings in Wyke

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The pile of rubbish

7:40am Friday 10th June 2011

Three men have escaped with £100 fines despite fly-tipping an “extensive mound” of unwanted bar fittings in a car park in Bradford.

Nursery gets £250,000 new look

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Image from PictureGalleryModule_ID:3146815

10:18am Monday 16th May 2011

A nursery at Farfield Primary School in Reevy Crescent, Buttershaw, Bradford, has undergone a radical transformation, thanks to a refurbishment to the tune of £250,000.

Former French monk to become priest at Buttershaw

10:48am Thursday 5th May 2011

A former French monk who served in a silent order for 20 years is to become a priest in Bradford.

Woman ran over Tyersal scooter fan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Zdenka Samkova

8:58am Tuesday 12th April 2011

A 32-year-old woman has admitted causing the death of scooter enthusiast Richard Harper by careless driving when she ran him over after he fell from his bike.

Priest tagged after being three times over drink-drive limit

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Father Kenneth Hawley who was three times over the limit

8:30am Tuesday 29th March 2011

A priest caught behind the wheel while more than three times the drink-drive limit has been electronically tagged and given a curfew.

Appeal to charity over noisy tenants

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Grace Daniels, of Crossdale Avenue, Buttershaw, hopes charity will draw up a list of rules for new residents

9:28am Monday 28th March 2011

A sleep-deprived family is pleading with a charity for homeless people to be a good neighbour.

Heartless burglars took my memories, says Bradford mum

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sophie Womersley and her children Harry and Lydia

9:00am Saturday 29th January 2011

A young mother says she has been stripped of her memories after mean burglars ransacked her home.

Buttershaw driver who injured pals locked up

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

9:00am Friday 28th January 2011

A teenager who seriously injured three friends in a high-speed late-night crash has been locked up for 18 months.

Bradford academy tailored to pupils’ needs

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Imtaz Khaliq is pictured with pupils

7:27pm Tuesday 18th January 2011

Creative pupils have been taken under the wing of London’s first female tailor.

Mother of suicide victim loses second son in crash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Christopher Wallace

8:00am Saturday 15th January 2011

A mum is mourning the deaths of her two sons within months of each other.

Santa trip was the ideal gift for Jake

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jake Turton during his Lapland trip

8:10am Thursday 30th December 2010

This visit to Lapland was a wish come true for Bradford schoolboy Jake Turton.

Brothers found guilty of raping young girls

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: David Woolham

8:59am Wednesday 22nd December 2010

Two brothers have been found guilty of raping two young girls more than 40 years ago.

Energy firm ‘sorry’ over sales tactics

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Amanda White

3:53pm Tuesday 21st December 2010

An energy firm has apologised after a Bradford woman said a salesman misled her into switching gas and electricity supplier.

Clayton Heights and Buttershaw brothers deny sex assaults on Bradford girls

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: David Woolham

8:00am Friday 17th December 2010

Two Bradford brothers told a jury they were innocent of claims they had raped and sexually assaulted two young girls in allegations dating back more than 40 years.

Bradford play areas saved despite grant cut

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Residents and local councillors pictured on the Claremont Park site of one of the planned play areas in Wrose

8:50am Friday 10th December 2010

Eleven new play areas threatened by Government cuts will be completed by next March, Bradford Council has pledged.

VIDEO: Woman ‘hit with hammer’ in Buttershaw fracas

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A damaged car

6:00am Friday 26th November 2010

A woman, aged 22, was taken to hospital with a serious facial wound after a fracas involving up to 40 people on a Bradford street.

'Perfect' day for Donna and her cancer-hit hero

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Donna and Jason with children Lauren, Chloe, Amy and Jodie, Jason’s mum Margaret (left), Donna’s brother Stuart and her mum and dad Elizabeth and Martin

12:10pm Tuesday 9th November 2010

A devoted couple have had to rush forward their wedding and get married in hospital because of the groom’s devastating cancer.

Bradford film The Arbor up for more awards

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jimi Mistry in The Arbor with Natalie Gavin as Andrea Dunbar

7:20am Wednesday 3rd November 2010

A film about Bradford playwright Andrea Dunbar has received multiple nominations for the British Independent Film Awards.

Buttershaw 'Beefest' highlights climate change

9:36am Friday 29th October 2010

Young people in Buttershaw are going to highlight the threat a changing climate will have to the bee population at an event tomorrow.

Pirates rule at Buttershaw School

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Some of the Reevy Hill pupils

10:58am Friday 22nd October 2010

These pupils at Reevy Hill Primary School, Buttershaw, Bradford, got their hearts racing when Yorkshire’s own national heart charity, Heart Research UK, paid them a visit as part of its Treasure your Heart in Bradford campaign.

Ilkley sand artist Jamie Wardley takes part in power station protest

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jamie Wardley works on his image of a girl's face

7:05pm Monday 27th September 2010

Ilkley sand and ice artist Jamie Wardley today produced an image depicting a girl’s face in the dry riverbed on Irvine beach in Scotland.

Ringleader locked up over mugging

9:46am Wednesday 15th September 2010

A mugger who punched his victim repeatedly in the face and hurled his shoes into a stream has been locked up for 16 months.

Teenage girl shot in back by air gun in Buttershaw

8:20am Tuesday 14th September 2010

A teenage girl is recovering after being shot in the back with an air weapon.

Buttershaw Business and Enterprise College pupil told hair is too purple

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Keeley Nelson with mum Donna

7:50am Thursday 9th September 2010

A teenager who turned up for the first day of school was told her hair was too purple.

VIDEO: Brazen vandals caught in the act on camera

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The vandals  caught on camera in Buttershaw

7:30am Wednesday 25th August 2010

These shocking images show a group of yobs ripping down wooden hoardings at a Bradford building site – all to create a bonfire.

Bradford show will go on, say children

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The children involved

9:40am Tuesday 17th August 2010

A crew of creative Bradford youngsters will write, produce, direct and perform a play – in five days.

'We will seize all illegal off-road bikes'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Park Ranger Dave Manchester (left) and  PC Dave Gledhill who will be looking out for illegal motorcycles

12:11pm Tuesday 10th August 2010

by Marc Meneaud T&A Reporter Illegal motorbike riders face having their bikes seized when police in Bradford start a summer-long crackdown.

Sculptor Jamie Wardley produces railway artwork

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jamie Wardley at work on his train sculpture at the National Railway Museum at York

9:40am Tuesday 3rd August 2010

Sculptor Jamie Wardley, who built a 120-tonne sand sculpture of Charles Darwin in Bradford last year, is steaming back to pre-war summer holidays for his latest creation.

Appeal over missing Buttershaw girl

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Megan Thewlis

11:01am Friday 23rd July 2010

Police are appealing for help to find a 14-year-old girl who disappeared from her Bradford home last month.

Buttershaw school honours its tragic teenagers

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: In the memorial garden are (from left) Scott Wilson, David Wood, KD Wood, 11, Jennifer Wood and Sheldon Brennan, 16, Charlotte Wilson’s cousin

6:50am Friday 23rd July 2010

Four tragic teenagers who died while pupils at a Bradford school were remembered this week at the opening of a memorial garden.

Buttershaw teenager raises £500 for autism group

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Richard Oates, Joshua Harley-Sellers, centre, and Brigid-Mary Oates

11:41am Thursday 22nd July 2010

A Bradford teenager has raised £500 for a support group for young people with autism by completing the three Yorkshire peaks challenge.

Bradford men taking steps to highlight migrants' struggle

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Adam Clark, right, and James Clayton

9:19am Wednesday 21st July 2010

The plights faced by European migrant workers who become homeless in Bradford will be highlighted by a sponsored walk this weekend.

On their bikes for charity

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Carol Turner and Josie Kellett

10:36am Wednesday 23rd June 2010

Employees at the Tesco superstore in Buttershaw, Bradford, cycled 100 laps of Bradford Bulls’ Grattan Stadium to raise money for the supermarket’s charity of the year, CLIC Sargent.

VIDEO: College breaks ice with first school team

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Some of the members of the ice hockey team, Luke Magyar, 14, Henry Robinson, 16, and Raitis Burkevics, 15

4:40am Saturday 19th June 2010

There’s only one problem with being the UK’s first competing high school ice hockey team – there are no other schools to play against!

Andrea's story to open in New York

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Playwright Andrea Dunbar

4:28pm Friday 16th April 2010

A drama-documentary about Bradford playwright Andrea Dunbar, filmed on the estate where she lived, is to be screened at a New York film festival later this month.

Pervert jailed for 'abhorent' abuse

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: John Woolham

9:38am Thursday 1st April 2010

A pervert who sexually abused two generations of a family has been locked up for four years.

Grieving family's torment at 'sick' website postings

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Charlotte Wilson’s aunt Sharon  Brennan and sister Shelby with her Facebook page

7:00am Monday 29th March 2010

The family of a teenage girl who died in a horrific car crash has condemned ‘sick and twisted’ website postings about her.

Church's opening is done to a D

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Bishop of Bradford is pictured cutting the D during the opening ceremony

11:12am Thursday 25th March 2010

The Bishop of Bradford, the Right Reverend David James, has opened a community room at St Paul’s Church in Buttershaw.

Health centres set for a revamp

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Helen Hirst, director of service development at Bradford and Airedale Teaching Primary Care Trust

9:48am Thursday 25th March 2010

Ageing health centres in deprived areas of the district are set to be replaced by modern premises under a redevelopment scheme approved by NHS Bradford and Airedale.

Buttershaw pupils' lessons in growth

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Daniel Bridge and Leah Hepton lend a hand

1:08pm Monday 15th March 2010

Volunteers at Bradford-based Yorkshire Water created a sustainable garden at a primary school in the city.

Diamond day for Buttershaw couple

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Donald and Mavis Hooley

10:17am Thursday 11th March 2010

A devoted couple who met ballroom dancing are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary today.

New facilities et to open at Buttershaw Church

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Reverend David Griffiths pictured with the temporary facilities

12:45pm Wednesday 3rd March 2010

The official opening of a Bradford church’s new facilities will take place this month.


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