Elizabeth Evans
Elizabeth Evans is your community correspondent for Frizinghall. She can be contacted on 01274 496069

Appeal to relatives after body found in Frizinghall

8:00am Thursday 13th December 2012

Bradford Coroner’s officers are appealing for help to trace the relatives of a man who was found dead at his home.

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.

Students sent home in uniform crackdown

9:44pm Monday 10th September 2012

Some pupils were sent home yesterday as a Bradford school started a crackdown on uniforms.

Judge's anger as Frizinghall attack case delayed

9:00am Saturday 4th August 2012

A judge criticised the legal profession as he was forced to adjourn a sentencing hearing on three young men who wounded a vulnerable man.

Boss of Frizinghall waste site speaks at neighbourhood forum

8:00am Monday 30th April 2012

A company director of a controversial waste site in Bradford will set out its plans to enclose its yard following residents’ concerns over smell, dust noise and litter.

Police horses to arrive in Frizinghall

10:20am Friday 10th February 2012

Police horses will soon be arriving in Frizinghall to support the local Neighbourhood Policing Team to tackle anti-social behaviour. The community had asked for high-visibility patrols in their area and the police horses offer the advantage of travelling to areas police vehicles are unable to.

Teenager punched in Frizinghall robbery attempt

7:58pm Friday 6th January 2012

A teenager was punched when three youths tried to steal his phone.

Mystery over body found in Frizinghall

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The house where the body was found

7:40am Thursday 28th July 2011

An investigation is under way into the circumstances surrounding the death of a man found in a Bradford house last night.

Families boycott Bradford park as mystery insects infest trees

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Moth larvae surround a tree in Shipley Fields Road, Frizinghall

7:30am Monday 16th May 2011

Shocked visitors say a “disgusting” caterpillar infestation that has invaded a city park – stripping trees bare – is like something from a horror movie.

VIDEO: Frizinghall nursery counting cost after fire hits building

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bonbon’s Day Nursery owner Sarah Channon   pictured by the  damaged thought to have been caused by youngsters who set fire to a nearby pile of rubbish

8:10am Thursday 14th April 2011

Bosses have been left devastated by a fire which spread to a newly-refurbished Bradford children’s nursery causing thousands of pounds of damage.

Pupils earn two-day trip to York

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: National Railway Museum

11:27am Thursday 31st March 2011

More than a dozen schoolchildren from Bradford enjoyed a two-day trip to York as a reward for successfully completing a citizenship course.

Police will have faith in working together in Frizinghall

10:27am Monday 10th January 2011

Police are hoping to start a Faith Watch in Frizinghall, Bradford, to encourage people of all faiths to work together to reduce crime and drug dealing in the area.

Panto time for pupils

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Image from PictureGalleryModule_ID:3131231

1:48pm Wednesday 29th December 2010

Pupils and staff at a Bradford school got into the festive spirit by wearing pantomime outfits.

Banned Frizinghall driver used car on day of case

4:40am Wednesday 29th September 2010

A banned drink driver, who has a wooden leg, was twice caught twice behind the wheel – the second time on the day he was expected in court to face the first offence.

VIDEO: Bicycle plea after heartbreaking raid at Bradford charity

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Chris Evans in the cleaned-out Crank It Up storage container

9:00am Monday 13th September 2010

A Bradford cycling group has been left thousands of pounds out of pocket after thieves broke into a storage container to steal a dozen bicycles.

Trafficked illegal immigrants jailed for 'farming' drugs

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Truong Van Nguyen, who was jailed for 18 months for tending a cannabis-growing operation in West Bowling

4:06pm Thursday 19th August 2010

A judge condemned international Drugs gangsters for human trafficking when he jailed a “humble” farmer caught tending a large-scale Bradford cannabis factory.

Films help pupils to make the switch

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Films help pupils to make the switch

12:20pm Tuesday 10th August 2010

These young people showed the short films and music they had created in an eight-day summer school at Challenge College in Frizinghall.

Challenge College hosts summer school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The youngsters involved

3:44pm Monday 9th August 2010

These young people showed the short films and music they had created in an eight-day summer school at Challenge College in Frizinghall.

Progress is made on uninsured drivers in Bradford

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Chief Superintendent Alison Rose

7:20am Thursday 22nd July 2010

A Bradford suburb has lost its unenviable crown as the country’s worst area for uninsured drivers

Frizinghall Primary School praised by Ofsted inspectors

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Head Pauline Chilvers during a fun event at the school

3:40pm Saturday 17th July 2010

Frizinghall Primary School is performing significantly better than three years ago, says education watchdog Ofsted.

Gunman blasts family home in dead of night

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Detective Inspector Ryan Bragg, of Airedale and North Bradford CID

7:00am Tuesday 29th June 2010

Extra police patrols are being mounted in a residential area of Bradford after gunshots were fired at a family’s home.

Device 'is needed to stop vandals'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Campaigners Janet Vass and Richard Brook at the site where troublemakers gathered

6:10pm Thursday 22nd April 2010

A community blighted by anti-social behaviour has defended its use of controversial ‘mosquito’ devices to drive away gangs of nuisance youths.

Study highlights new rail stations success

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Plans for the new Apperley Bridge station

7:20am Monday 29th March 2010

New research has revealed that 22 railway stations have been re-opened across West Yorkshire since the infamous Beeching cuts of the 1960s.

Children's look into the world of work

9:38am Thursday 11th March 2010

Schoolchildren are getting a lesson in how gaining employment will improve their quality of life later this month.

Jo's goal to find health club sponsors

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bulls players Tom and George Burgess, James Donaldson and Duane Straughier with the children

11:01am Thursday 11th February 2010

Parents and pupils have celebrated achieving healthy goals at a Bradford after-school club.

Youngsters have the right touch

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pictured using the laptops are pupils Usman Malik, Dawid Wanjo and Hasera Islam

2:19pm Tuesday 19th January 2010

Pupils have become keyed up with the latest technology to improve their writing skills at a Bradford primary school.

Hannah's a big hit

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Hannah with, from the left, Dominic Ndukuba, 14, Nikolas Balog, 14, and Larius Albert, 15

3:17pm Monday 9th November 2009

Estonian pop sensation Hannah hit the high notes in Bradford.

Firework thrown through window of Bradford house

10:03am Friday 6th November 2009

A large lit firework was thrown through a window of a Bradford house last night.

Estonian star to visit Frizinghall school

10:14am Thursday 5th November 2009

One of Estonia’s premier pop stars will be in Bradford to perform for pupils at Challenge College, Frizing-hall, tomorrow.

Scarily good effort from pupils

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Frizinghall pupils

11:54am Tuesday 3rd November 2009

Children at Frizinghall Primary School, Bradford, have won outdoor play equipment in a Halloween art competition.

Chef tucks in at new-look diner

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Celebrity chef Brian Turner opens the new Neon Diner with pupils at Challenge College

9:20pm Monday 19th October 2009

Students unveiled a new dining area which they designed themselves to a celebrity chef today.

Drug dealers who threw evidence out of window are jailed

3:05pm Monday 12th October 2009

Two drug dealers caught red-handed when they hurled incriminating evidence from a house window were today jailed at Bradford Crown Court.

Staff dig deep for school's garden

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Chris Garner is joined by Adeel Ahmed, two, at Frizinghall Primary School

10:58am Monday 12th October 2009

School pupils and visitors to a community centre will benefit from outdoor improvements carried out by a team of volunteers.

Meet new manager at Frizinghall forum

9:44am Wednesday 30th September 2009

A neighbourhood forum will be held at Frizinghall Community Centre, Bradford, on Tuesday.

'We DO need education'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Children who are educated at home gather to record a version of Another Brick In The Wall

12:06pm Thursday 27th August 2009

Home educators have united in song at a Frizinghall church hall to record a protest track against stronger controls on how they go about educating their children.

From tackling crime to tackling France

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police Community Support Officer Charlene Henegan

3:51pm Monday 13th July 2009

Rugby-playing Police Community Support Officer Charlene Henegan is taking time off the beat to play for her country.

Frizinghall school's healthy pupils!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Shaweb Mahmood is surprised as his apple medal gets nibbled by fellow pupil Sabhaa Zahoor

11:32am Friday 12th June 2009

Healthy living children are celebrating the end of a 12-week project to encourage them to eat better and exercise more.

Police appeal over 'cowardly' raiders

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Detective Inspector John Mountain, of Airedale and North Bradford CID

8:43am Tuesday 19th May 2009

Bogus callers, who have targeted vulnerable old people in deception burglaries across Bradford have been branded “sick and cowardly” by detectives.

Former Lord Mayor's 65th wedding anniversary

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Arnold and Joyce Lightowler

9:59am Friday 20th March 2009

Former Lord Mayor of Bradford Arnold Lightowler has celebrated 65 years of marriage with his wife, Joyce.

Bowled over with fun!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The youngsters are pictured on their bowling outing

11:09am Tuesday 17th February 2009

Teenagers at two Bradford secondary schools are acting as learning mentors to more than 120 school children during half-term.

Man smashed windows when drunk

1:57pm Tuesday 10th February 2009

A 44-year-old man with a string of 186 offences of damage since 1985 admitted smashing windows in Shipley town centre when drunk.

SOS plea – Save Our Street!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The residents of Bradley Street

6:23pm Tuesday 27th January 2009

Residents fear a 150-year-old cobbled street will collapse if heavy lorries are not banned from using it.

Friendly approach for pensioners

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Doris Bailey (left) and Charlotte Cramby enjoy a drink and a chat at the new befriending service

6:55pm Monday 26th January 2009

Isolated pensioners in parts of Bradford will soon be enjoying the company of friends – thanks to a lifeline project to provide a befriending service.

Woman shaken by gang of robbers

9:44pm Tuesday 20th January 2009

Hooded burglars who forced their way into an elderly woman’s Bradford home are being hunted by detectives.

Boy hurt in collision

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ambulance staff attend the injured boy

4:44pm Friday 19th December 2008

A 12-year-old boy was taken to hospital after he was involved in an accident with a Ford Focus in Frizinghall.

Frizinghall man's Everest bid

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Emon Choudhary pictured in Snowdonia

2:06pm Friday 7th November 2008

Businessman Emon Choudhary is heading for great heights to help orphans in Africa and Asia.


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