Trevor Adams
Trevor Adams is your community correspondent for Undercliffe. He can be contacted on 07817 466502

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.

Charity match at Undercliffe CC on Sunday, July 29

8:06am Thursday 26th July 2012

Undercliffe Cricket Club holds its annual charity match on Sunday (July 29) when The Cavaliers and Special Guests take on Ashley Metcalfe’s All-Star Team. In aid of Help for Heroes, the game, at Undercliffe CC, Intake Lane, is due to start at 1.30pm. As well as the cricket, there will be a barbeque, prize draw and bouncy castle. Poor weather activities include a quiz, DJ and games for prizes.

Undercliffe & Fagley News

12:19pm Tuesday 31st January 2012

WORSHIP: Each Wednesday at St Andrew’s at 7.30pm there is a different preacher and once a month there will be a communion service led by a Minister from the Bradford North Circuit.

Murdered Undercliffe man was involved in 'mysterious' business dealings

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Murder victim Amjad Hussain

2:46pm Friday 20th January 2012

Mysterious business dealings could be the key to the “brutal and calculated” murder of Bradford dad Amjad Hussain, police revealed today.

Murder inquiry underway after man's death

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Forensic officers at the scene of the blaze

12:50pm Friday 13th January 2012

Detectives today started a murder inquiry following the death of respected family man Amjad Hussain at his home in Rylstone Gardens, Undercliffe.

Murder squad detectives continue probe after house fire death

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The scene of the fatal blaze

10:50am Friday 13th January 2012

Murder squad detectives were this morning continuing investigations into the death of a young dad in a mystery blaze at his home.

Mystery as body of dad is found after house fire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Forensic officers outside the house last night where a man's body was found after a fire

8:30am Friday 13th January 2012

Detectives are probing a young dad’s death in a mystery blaze at his Bradford home.

Gran, 87 still critical after Undercliffe road accident

6:36pm Thursday 29th December 2011

A grandmother remains in a critical condition after she was involved in an accident in Undercliffe, Bradford, last Friday.

Undercliffe pair jailed for 20 years for battering witness

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lee Lock, jailed for 12 years

8:20am Wednesday 27th July 2011

A bullying drug dealer and his loyal sidekick have been jailed for a total of almost 20 years for beating a vulnerable addict unconscious in a bid to pervert the course of justice.

Pupils re-enact the war years

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4:35pm Monday 18th July 2011

Elderly residents were treated to wartime nostalgia during a 1940s afternoon held at Peel Park Primary School, Undercliffe.

‘Drug addiction is Fagley burglar’s downfall’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

8:00am Tuesday 28th June 2011

A burglar who rifled the safe at a Bradford home for people with mental health problems has been locked up for 28 months.

Bradford Council care home closure decision is taken

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Laurence House

7:10am Saturday 25th June 2011

Senior councillors made the “difficult” decision yesterday to close three care homes despite a last-ditch plea from the relative of a resident who described one of the homes as “awesome”.

Driver hits out as insurance company refuses to offer quotes

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Richard Summerscales

10:30am Monday 20th June 2011

A car insurance company has refused to give quotes to new customers living in parts of Bradford.

Parking at Peel Park Primary School 'putting children's lives at risk'

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor David Gray outside the school

9:50am Wednesday 15th June 2011

Poor parking near a Bradford school has prompted concerns over the safety of children in the area.

Undercliffe children's centre gets 'good' Ofsted report

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Children and parents who attend the Communityworks Sure Start Children’s Centre

9:18am Monday 13th June 2011

An inner-city children’s centre has outstanding features for the ways it works with a Bradford community, a new report says.

Three Bradford care homes look set to close this summer

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Thackley Grange

5:20am Friday 3rd June 2011

Elderly residents due to be moved out of three out-of-date care homes will not be left in limbo, says Bradford Council.

Debbie Purdy: ‘I’ll fight to win MS drug relief’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Debbie Purdy

8:30am Wednesday 25th May 2011

A campaigning multiple sclerosis patient has highlighted the daily battle sufferers face getting access to treatment.

Undercliffe Cemetery to be seen in new light

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Emily in Undercliffe cemetery

9:35am Thursday 12th May 2011

Prepare to be enlightened at historic Undercliffe Cemetery in Bradford.

Volunteers dig deep for Peel Park Primary School, Undercliffe

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Yorkshire Water staff at work

11:05am Thursday 5th May 2011

Green fingered volunteers at Yorkshire Water have created an outdoor learning space for youngsters at Peel Park Primary School, Bradford.

Cancer fight's clothing banks boost

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Hayley Collis

8:36am Friday 1st April 2011

A charity which supports cancer patients and their families across the district is turning rags into riches after successfully introducing clothing banks as a money raising venture.

Shedding light on Undercliffe Cemetery

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11:20am Wednesday 30th March 2011

Two art students who want to shed light on Bradford’s historic Undercliffe Cemetery need £500 to help make it happen.

Light will be shed on Bradford cemetery

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Undercliffe cemetery

9:10am Tuesday 8th March 2011

Students are about to shed more light on the historic Undercliffe Cemetery in Bradford.

Founder of stroke club dies aged 87

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Betty Cannar

7:25am Tuesday 15th February 2011

A woman who founded Bradford’s first stroke club after caring for her invalid husband has died aged 87.

Ashcroft Care Home in Undercliffe enjoys a haggis lunch

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Chef Ken Cox is pictured dishing up some haggis to Hilda Harvey to mark Burns Day

9:40am Tuesday 25th January 2011

A Scottish celebration was under way at a Bradford care home today.

VIDEO: Brothers guilty of killing mother and children in blaze

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Iram Shah with children Alina and Aman, who all died in the fire

8:51am Tuesday 25th January 2011

A 22-year-old man who murdered a mother and her two children by lighting a raging fire at their Bradford home at dead of night was today facing life behind bars.

VIDEO: How the police trapped killers with forensic probe and CCTV

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Arshed Mahmood caught on CCTV buying petrol

9:05am Tuesday 25th January 2011

The senior detective who led the investigation has told how police used the latest technology to build the case against the Mahmood brothers.

‘Hatred’ turned man into killer

8:39am Friday 21st January 2011

A man burned a family home, killing a mother and two children, because he was “caught in a never-ending nightmare” and out for revenge, it is alleged.

Brother speaks of distress at deaths of Bradford family

8:30am Thursday 20th January 2011

A teenager has told a murder trial jury of his distress when he learned his older brother had caused a Bradford house fire in which two young children were killed.

Accused ‘made destroy threat’ in texts

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Zaheer Shah, the father of Iram and Alina who died in the fire

8:30am Tuesday 18th January 2011

The man who admits starting a fire that killed a mother and her two children threatened to “destroy” the youngsters’ father only weeks before the fatal blaze, a jury heard.

Undercliffe fire murder accused ‘was very worried’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alina Shah (left) and her brother Aman (right) who died in a fire at their Hendford Drive home

9:00am Saturday 15th January 2011

A man accused of murdering a mother and her two children in a house fire was behaving abnormally in the hours before the fatal blaze, a jury at Bradford Crown Court heard.

Bradford dad texted arson accused: ‘I know you’ve done this’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Zaheer Shah, the father of Iram and Alina who died in the fire

7:30am Friday 14th January 2011

The father of two children killed in a house fire immediately blamed one of the brothers who is on trial for their murders and that of their mother, a jury heard.

Bradford firefighter tells jury of finding body

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The house where the children died

7:20am Friday 14th January 2011

The fire that ravaged 113 Hendford Drive was “severe and rapidly developing”, the trial heard.

Family 'were killed in blaze as act of revenge' court told

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The blackened windows and walls of the house in Hendford Drive, Pollard Park

7:40am Thursday 13th January 2011

Vengeful hatred drove two brothers to murder a mother and her children by lighting a raging fire at their home, a jury heard.

Grandfather Bob Clarke in memorial walk to Rome

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bob Clarke expects to take up to four months on his 1,700-mile trek in memory of his late grandson Callum

10:27am Friday 31st December 2010

A grandfather will be retracing the 2,000-year-old footsteps of the Roman legionnaires when he walks from his home to the Italian capital in memory of his grandson.

'Right-to-die' commission to hear from Debbie Purdy

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11:28am Tuesday 30th November 2010

An MS sufferer who has been campaigning for the “right-to-die” will give evidence to a commission on assisted suicide which was announced today.

'Raid shock led to councillor's death

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Greg Moore

10:43am Friday 12th November 2010

The shock of a burglary led to the death of a former Bradford councillor, his family said today.

Dad's hell is over after five years in prison and a 16-year battle

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sultan Shah with his children, nine-year-old Humaid (back) and five-year-old Junaid (front) after his conviction was quashed

7:40am Thursday 4th November 2010

A Bradford dad-of-two who insisted he was set up during a Customs and Excise international drug-smuggling investigation has had his name cleared after a 16-year legal battle.

Father’s joy after Undercliffe memorial U-turn

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The memorial to Bradley Fennell

7:30am Saturday 30th October 2010

A father has spoken of his joy after an eleventh-hour reprieve for his son’s memorial stone.

Undercliffe pupils raise Pakistan floods cash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Manahil Shahid (left) and Sahiba Ednan

11:20pm Tuesday 26th October 2010

School children have hosted a Bollywood night to raise money for survivors of the Pakistan flood disaster.

Second man faces murder charges over family's death

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alina and Aman Shah

1:08pm Friday 22nd October 2010

A second man charged with murdering a mother and her two young children in a house fire will appear at Bradford Crown Court on Monday.

Undercliffe man, 21 denies murder of family in blaze

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alina Shah (left) and her brother Aman (right) who died in a fire at their Hendford Drive home

7:30am Saturday 9th October 2010

A 21-year-old man has denied murdering a mother and her two young children in a house fire.

A pair you can count on!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Image from PictureGalleryModule_ID:3131229

10:18am Thursday 7th October 2010

A Bradford primary school pupil has become the first winner of the UK league of the Maths in Motion challenge.

Family escape blaze at Bradford home

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The scene of the blaze

11:50am Saturday 25th September 2010

A family of seven were left stranded on a roof after discovering a fire in their house.

Macey is grandma's little angel

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Macey with grandma Carol

11:50am Wednesday 25th August 2010

Little Macey Newbury is the apple of her grandma’s eye after raising the alarm when she knocked herself unconscious.

Fromer fagley woman celebrates 104th birthday

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Beatrice Mitchell

12:00pm Monday 26th July 2010

One of the district’s oldest residents celebrated her 104th birthday with a visit from Bradford’s first citizen.

'Relief' at Bolton Road, Undercliffe, road safety measure

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Aldo Devittoris, left, with Bolton and Undercliffe councillor Howard Middleton

10:04am Wednesday 21st July 2010

A long-awaited electronic sign which flashes warnings to speeding drivers is to be installed on a road in Undercliffe.

Schools make the grade with pupils

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pupils and staff from Aire View Infant School, Peel Park Primary and St Stephen’s CE Primary celebrate

11:21am Wednesday 14th July 2010

Awards have been presented to three Bradford primary schools, recognising how they make their pupils feel valued.

Man in court charged with murder of children in fire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alina and Aman Shah

11:18am Saturday 10th July 2010

A man has appeared in Court charged with the murders of two children in a house fire in Bradford.

Fundraising begins to help Briany

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Natalie Lambert with Briany

7:46am Friday 2nd July 2010

A single mum is starting a fundraising drive to create a sensory corner for her daughter.

New witness plea over crash tragedy

12:40pm Saturday 26th June 2010

Police have made a fresh appeal for witnesses to a car crash after which a teenager died from his injuries.


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