Panel quizzed at Addingham Civic Society question time

8:00am Thursday 17th January 2013

More than 100 Addingham residents put pressing local issues to an MP, councillors and other key figures at a question time session hosted by Addingham Civic Society.

Seven new homes planned for Addingham

7:00am Monday 8th October 2012

Plans have been submitted to Bradford Council for a seven-house development on the edge of Addingham.

Addingham man to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for Alzheimers’ Society

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Fundraiser Jon Shaw

8:00am Wednesday 5th September 2012

A fundraiser is expecting to face many ups and downs in his quest to raise money for The Alzheimers’ Society.

Addingham Parish Council awards Scout hut contract

7:00am Monday 3rd September 2012

Councillors have agreed to award the contract for a planned Scout hut and football pavilion in Addingham to a local builder.

Responses on Addingham library proposals flooding in

4:40am Friday 20th January 2012

Responses are flooding in to a questionnaire about future plans for Addingham Community Library.

Addingham library future responses flood in

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Adrian Naylor

2:00pm Friday 20th January 2012

Responses are flooding in to a questionnaire about future plans for Addingham Community Library.

Addingham set for Britain in Bloom national debut

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Addingham Garden Friends chairman Graham Bacon

12:58pm Friday 20th January 2012

A Wharfedale village will take on three towns and a village in Northern Ireland in its debut bid for national Britain in Bloom glory.

Addingham Scout hut proposals

8:50am Tuesday 20th December 2011

A council officer has recommended minor alterations to plans for a new base for Addingham Scouts.

Water firm makes third turbines bid for Chelker Reservoir site

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Chelker reservoir site

10:12am Thursday 6th October 2011

A Yorkshire Water sister company has reduced the height of proposed wind turbines by five metres in its latest bid to replace obsolete turbines.

Plea to addingham residents to decorate homes for gala

11:02am Thursday 30th June 2011

Organisers of a village gala want more households than ever to take part in the annual event.

Wind turbine plans at Chelker Reservoir scrapped

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The existing turbines at Chelker reservoir

10:52am Wednesday 29th June 2011

Controversial plans for three 80-metre high wind turbines at Chelker Reservoir have been scrapped, it has been revealed.

Addingham Cricket Club markets bid

1:13pm Friday 24th June 2011

Crafts and produce stalls could set up shop on a cricket field.

Two libraries given stay of execution

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Protestors at Addingham Library

9:00am Thursday 23rd June 2011

Campaigners have until mid-July to come up with plans to transfer the management of two district libraries to the community.

Rose Cuff set for big day as Addingham Gala Queen

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Rosie Cuff with her attendants

11:42am Thursday 16th June 2011

Addingham’s new gala queen and her attendants are getting ready for the village gala on July 9.

Addingham Parish Council selects leaders

10:27am Tuesday 24th May 2011

Addingham Parish Council has selected its chairman and new vice-chairman, but is still looking for new members to fill four seats.

Mobile visit to explain the libraries

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Bradford Council mobile library

11:17am Friday 13th May 2011

Mobile library services are due to tour the sites of the five Bradford libraries listed for closure under Bradford Council spending cuts.

Addingham cleans up for judges

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The clean-up team

10:58am Thursday 31st March 2011

People of all ages turned out to give a village its annual spring clean.

Addingham residents quizzed on wind turbines

10:41am Thursday 31st March 2011

Civic guardians have decided to carry out their own consultation exercise over plans for bigger new wind turbines near a reservoir.

Mobile library 'may improve service'

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

9:50am Monday 28th March 2011

Library users in the Bradford district have been reassured they will be able to reach “similar or better” local lending services despite plans to close five branches.

Deadline set for libraries rescue bid

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Coun Adrian Naylor (far left) with campaigners outside the Addingham library

7:30am Monday 21st March 2011

Campaigners have been given three months to come up with viable ways to take over the running of five libraries to save them from closure.

A call for volunteers to tidy village

9:49am Tuesday 15th March 2011

A spring clean on Saturday, March 26, will help Addingham get ready for the first visit of the Yorkshire in Bloom judges this year.

Woman dies after fire at Addingham home

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The house in Addingham where fire broke out, killing an elderly woman

4:44pm Wednesday 9th March 2011

An elderly woman died after a fire at her home early today.

Addingham auction silent, but golden

10:03am Tuesday 8th March 2011

Silent auction prizes including a weekend in a log cabin and a ride in a sports car will be on offer at an Addingham coffee morning in aid of two charities.

Protest over new Addingham turbines

10:26am Monday 7th March 2011

Images comparing existing wind turbines at Chelker Reservoir, near Addingham, with the bigger structures proposed are being used in a protest campaign by Addingham Civic Society.

Addingham Parish Council to elect new chairman

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Ian Taylor

9:40am Thursday 27th January 2011

Addingham Parish Council will choose a new chairman next month following the resignation of the previous chairman, Councillor Ian Taylor.

Winter boost for Addingham villagers

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Gordon Campbell

9:56am Tuesday 25th January 2011

Addingham will get extra grit bins and brighter Christmas lights next winter.

Girl, 14, and her mother held hostage in home jewel raid

8:10am Wednesday 19th January 2011

A 14-year-old girl and her mother were held captive by four masked raiders who broke into their home, police have revealed.

Kelda Water considers Addingham turbine study

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The existing turbines at Chelker reservoir

9:31am Thursday 13th January 2011

A company planning to build 80-metre high turbines overlooking Chelker Reservoir near Addingham is to analyse the results of a sound monitoring study.

Come up with plans for new HQ, Addingham Scouts told

9:46am Friday 31st December 2010

Scouts need to come up with plans for their long-awaited new base before Addingham can allocate any money, say councillors.

Travelling nativity is a novelty in Addingham

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Rev Andrew Tawn

9:56am Wednesday 15th December 2010

A travelling nativity scene is keeping villagers on the lookout as it appears in a different window every day throughout Advent.

Magistrates' party to feature a festive 'trial'

11:14am Thursday 2nd December 2010

A mock court case with a festive twist will take place in the district next week.

Addingham playgroup moves to new home

8:50am Monday 22nd November 2010

A pre-school group in Addingham is celebrating after moving to a new home.

Brian takes print of the old block

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Image from PictureGalleryModule_ID:3131230

9:32am Wednesday 3rd November 2010

A historic printing press that may be the only one of its kind still in circulation has been delighting residents in Addingham.

Walk visits wartime air crash memorials

9:17am Wednesday 3rd November 2010

A Remembrance Sunday walk on the moors above Silsden and Addingham will visit the sites where two wartime aircraft crashed.

Addingham Civic Society looking for committee volunteers

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Addingham Civic Society chairman John Walmsley who is standing down

9:14am Wednesday 3rd November 2010

Addingham Civic Society is hoping to elect a new chairman and committee members at its annual meeting on Thursday, November 11.

Plans for new homes in Addingham opposed

9:26am Thursday 28th October 2010

Plans to demolish a house in Addingham and build seven three-storey homes are being opposed by village councillors as well as residents.

Skipton MP Julian Smith wants views on wind turbines

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Skipton MP Julian Smith wants views on wind turbines

11:26am Thursday 21st October 2010

People opposed to plans for three 80m-high wind turbines are being encouraged to write to an MP about their concerns.

Addingham Beer festival vetoed by village hall Friends

9:36am Monday 18th October 2010

A fundraising beer festival in aid of a primary school has been deemed ‘inappropriate’ for a village hall and turned away.

Addingham Civic Society fundraiser

9:21am Friday 8th October 2010

Young Worzel Gummidges are invited to take part in a costume competition at a harvest coffee morning in Addingham on Saturday, October 16.

Water way to help charity!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pictured (from left) are Charlotte Watts, Emma Knight, Isobel Morab and Lucy Hunter-Rowe, who are all ten

10:17am Wednesday 15th September 2010

Pupils at Addingham Primary School did not bottle out when it came to helping a water appeal.

Tributes paid to ‘caring’ Mark

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mark Bryant

7:50am Saturday 4th September 2010

A fisherman from Addingham who was found dead in the Lake District has been described as a ‘loving and caring man’.

Body in lake identified as missing Addingham fisherman

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Search teams scouring Ullswater for the body of Mark Bryant

8:30pm Thursday 2nd September 2010

A body found in the Lake District is missing fisherman Mark Bryant from Addingham, police confirmed yesterday.

Protestors face new fight over Addingham turbines

10:18am Thursday 2nd September 2010

A protest group set up to oppose wind turbines has promised to put forward a “robust response” to the latest plans.

Body found in search for missing Addingham fisherman

9:35pm Wednesday 1st September 2010

A body found following a full-scale search in the Lake District is believed to be that of a 55-year-old fisherman from Beamsley, near Addingham.

Head lends support to new base for Scouts

12:13pm Wednesday 28th July 2010

The head teacher of Addingham Primary School is supportive of plans to create a replacement for the village Scout hut, councillors have heard.

More allotments open in Addingham

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tom Benstead

10:14am Thursday 15th July 2010

Addingham now has 120 allotments after work was completed on 34 new plots at the Lower Stamp Hill site.

Community spirit to the fore at Addingham street party

11:13am Wednesday 14th July 2010

New and long-term residents of the village of Low Mill on the outskirts of Addingham are being invited to celebrate community spirit at a street party later this month.

Fell race returns to Addingham Gala

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Louis Taylor-Skeels gets into the western theme

12:02pm Monday 12th July 2010

A traditional fell race returned to the Addingham Gala after more than 20 years.

Addingham villagers plead for traffic claming

12:32pm Monday 12th July 2010

Villagers are putting more pressure on highways bosses over speeding drivers.

Council says sorry after memorial removed

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jane Aldridge

12:41pm Friday 9th July 2010

A widow will receive an apology from Bradford Council after they removed a plaque dedicated to her husband without her knowledge.



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