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From left, George Muff, Megan Mirfield, Jack Holland, Lauren Sykes and Chloe Holland at the sailing association competition

Doe Park reservoir, Denholme, hosts youth sailing competition

Eight-year-olds Mollie Reeve, Jack Evans, Thomas Pearson and Emily Ettenfield are pictured with Anne Jay

Denholme pupils plant memorial oak

Denholme drug raid ‘response to concern’

Thornton and Denholme medical services tender put on hold

Denholme News

Planners order the removal of Denholme farm buildings

The Reverend Roger Brooks

The Reverend Roger Brooks dies at 64

The Taylor site

Former railway shed can be demolished for homes

Sean and Kirsty Garvey receive their award

Denholme pub wins CAMRA award

Protestors at Addingham Library

Two libraries given stay of execution

Richard Chadwick in front of Bracken Hall

Owner of restored Denholme mansion worried windfarm will slash its value

Anthea Orchard, front right, with other protesters near the site of the proposed turbines

Protestors pledge to fight Thornton Moor turbine plans

The Bradford Council mobile library

Mobile visit to explain the libraries

Graham Fawthrop

Waste firm's site bid a step nearer

Pupils from Appleton Academy and South Fields Grange School enjoy a day on the water at Doe Park

Pupils make a splash as water park re-opens

Philip Davies MP

Residents oppose lorry depot plans

Protesting outside Wrose Library are (from left) Rodney Lacey, Darren James and Councillor John Watmough

Mobile library 'may improve service'

Coun Adrian Naylor (far left) with campaigners outside the Addingham library

Deadline set for libraries rescue bid

Charles Taylor

Timber company is thriving and on the move'

Pictured at work are (from left) Lucy Thomas, Ashleigh Dickerson, Sasha Cockroft and Ursula Whiteley

VIDEO: Denholme pupils make meat-eating film

Plans to convert Denholme pub into house

DRAG's Brian Church is celebrating after Bradford Council rejected plans to turn an old quarry into a dump

Protesters’ victory in quarry battle

Councillor Michael Ellis at Stubden Depot where grit supplies have been raided

VIDEO: Anger as sly thieves raid our grit stocks


Pupils with autism get new centre

Denholme man, 82, dies in Keighley road accident

Villages to share of £90,000 for works

Brian Church, of Denholme Residents Action Group, at the proposed waste dumping site

Denholme residents fight plans for landfill site

Councillor Michael Walls

Talks held to ease animal waste lorry fears

James Toal with daughter Rosie, aged three

Little Rosie is inspiration behind paramedic switch


Pupils have the X-Factor in writing

Protesters gathered outside Keelham Primary School

Hundreds join 'smelly lorry' protest

Sailing was one of the activities on offer

School students have a splashing time at Doe Park, Denholme, reservoir

Graham Fawthrop (left) and Coun Michael Walls

Residents in Thornton, Queensbury, Shelf and Denholme oppose 'smelly' lorry plans

Harry Preston, 11, of Bingley, with Sebastin the sheep

Skipton, Bingley and Denholme farmers feature at Great Yorkshire Show

Liz Pugh and Terry Kelly get their dogs in shape for the Dogs Trust event which will be held later this month

Trust us to raise £1,000 for charity

Children from Denholme Primary School's street-dance troupe limber up

New gates opened for Denholme Gala

The Right Reverend David James

Ordinations ahead of Bishop's farewell

Anthea Orchard, who is campaigning against the turbines

‘Wind farm will not be a blight on the moorland’

Kate Stanley, the Council’s waste education officer

Dog owners urged to keep it clean

Andrea Orchard in her garden

Anger at wind turbines plan


Denholme Youth Cafe update on forum agenda

Pictured are six-year-olds who tackled a shapes puzzle, Freya Kopasz, William Plant, Wyatt Revell and Ilona Kopasz

Charity funds add up

Bradford Bulls players and Denholme Primary School pupils celebrate their award

School wins health award

Telegraph & Argus editor Perry Austin-Clarke (centre) hands the keys to the vehicle to Dial-a-Ride chairman Brian Hudson and organiser Cath Evans

T&A donation is key to group success

Sex offender breached order, court told

MISSION: Take Hope directors Andrew McVeigh and Beverley Clegg at the orphanage

Take Hope charity sends more aid to Ukraine

Calderdale students with Keelham pupils

Putting on a performance

Vicky Hagyard with Amy and midwives Lorraine Towler and Janet Dirkin and dad Andy

‘What a special delivery'

Summer fun could get budget benefit

Could you be 'eyes and ears' of village

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