Police probe continues into fire tragedy which claimed life of boy, four

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: SCENE: Police stand guard at the house in Sunnyhill Grove, Exley Head, Keighley

4:37pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

POLICE are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a four-year-old boy following a blaze at his Keighley home.

Cross Hills boys compete in Pokemon Video Gaming World Championships

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tom and Jaden Davies

6:00pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

TWO boys from Cross Hills have the world of video gaming at their fingertips.

Redrow cyclists call at Steeton as part of charity ride

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Redrow Homes cyclists at the Manor Fields scheme in Steeton

5:50pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

A TEAM of cyclists from Redrow Homes called at Steeton as part of a 260-mile charity ride.

Children enjoy church-run holiday club in Keighley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: 'Mad professor' Leon Delaney, 14, joins children at Exley Head Methodist Church who took part in the holiday club

5:08pm Tuesday 26th August 2014

CHILDREN enjoyed the latest annual summer holiday club staged by two Keighley churches.

Haworth Moor's literary impact features on BBC Radio

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix leader comment

10:08pm Monday 25th August 2014

HAWORTH Moor's literary influences took centre stage in a BBC radio programme broadcast.

Keighley Lego man in the market for model department store votes

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Keith Moran's model of a Lego department store

9:50pm Monday 25th August 2014

KEIGHLEY’S Lego man is shopping for votes after creating a model department store.

Cowling group's weekly meetings to resume

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix leader comment

10:06pm Monday 25th August 2014

A community group's weekly sessions near Keighley will begin again on September 3. Cowling Companions drop-ins take place on Wednesdays at 1.25pm in the village hall, and include gentle exercise. There will be bingo on the first Wednesday of each month.

Riddlesden memorial golf day raises £1,026 for Epilepsy Action

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Philippa Cartwright, fundraising events manager for Epilepsy Action, receives a £1,026 cheque from organisers of the Riddlesden Golf Club charity event (from left) Joe Mancakas, Lida Mancakas, Angela Wysocki and Melanie Mancakas

2:08pm Friday 22nd August 2014

AN ANNUAL memorial golf day raised £1,026 for Epilepsy Action.

Old Sun pub in Haworth sold to new company

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Old Sun Hotel, Haworth, has been sold to Hawthorn Leisure

1:38pm Friday 22nd August 2014

A HAWORTH pub has been sold to a new company as part of a major deal.

Duo led police on wild goose chase over shotgun claim

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

3:18pm Thursday 21st August 2014

A DUO sent police on a wild goose chase by making up a story about having a shotgun pointed at them, a court heard.

Suicide of dad after eBay ‘Rolex’ sale scam

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Four-month-old baby girl died from 'unexplained' suffocation  at Bradford home, inquest told

3:45pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

A SUCCESSFUL property developer hanged himself after "being taken for a mug" buying a fake Rolex on auction site Ebay , an inquest heard.

Haworth memorial garden begins to take shape

2:51pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

WORK is well underway to create a place of remembrance and quiet contemplation in Haworth.

Guided walk launches new Cliffe Castle Park leaflet

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cliffe Castle Park. For Keighley. (9420435)

5:00pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

A GUIDED walk on Thursday will help promote a new leaflet of walks in and around Cliffe Castle Park in Keighley.

car parking charges rejected for now.

2:48pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

STRONG opposition to proposed car parking charges in Cross Hills, near Keighley, has led to a stay of execution.

Banger munching world record bid to be held in Silsden

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: RECORD BID: Butcher James Uren, of New Laithe Butchers, is encouraging people to attend the charity fundraising Sausage and Cider  Festival on Sunday

7:02am Tuesday 19th August 2014

A WORLD record attempt on banger-munching will be part of a Sausage and Cider Festival this Bank Holiday Weekend.

Teenage mum hid baby's body in shoebox after concealing pregnancy, inquest told

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Four-month-old baby girl died from 'unexplained' suffocation  at Bradford home, inquest told

2:23pm Monday 18th August 2014

A TEENAGER who concealed her pregnancy from her family, hid the baby girl's body in a shoebox under her bed, an inquest has heard.

Crowds enjoy summer fun day at East Riddlesden Hall

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Aster Mason, aged one, of Idle, hooks a duck with the help of her mother Sophie Gough at the Summer Fund Day

5:32am Monday 18th August 2014

VINTAGE engines from Britain's engineering past were still proudly puffing and chugging away as the final visitors left the Summer Fun Day at East Riddlesden Hall.

Walks and talks on offer to Bronte museum visitors

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bronte Parsonage Museum learning assistant Hermione Williams takes to the moors to lead walks for aficionados of the literary sisters (9075578)

3:12pm Friday 15th August 2014

WALKS and talks are on offer to summer visitors to Haworth's Bronte Parsonage Museum.

Raiders smash their way into Keighley charity shop

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Manorlands shop manager Jackie Burke outside the Cavendish Street store where burglars stole takings (9187644)

7:02am Thursday 14th August 2014

RAIDERS who smashed their way into a Keighley charity shop have cost a hospice of thousands of pounds.

Devastated parents pay tribute to 'happy and sweet' son, four, who died after Keighley house fire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: TRAGEDY: Nathan Harrison, four, who died after the fire

9:40am Wednesday 13th August 2014

THE distraught parents of a four-year-old boy who died in a house fire today paid heartfelt tribute to their "most loving, happy sweet child".

Boy who died after Keighley house fire is named

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: TRAGEDY: West Yorkshire  Assistant Chief Fire Officer Dave Walton outside the house in Sunnyhill Grove, Exley Head, Keighley

5:32am Wednesday 13th August 2014

A BOY aged four who died after a fire at his Keighley home was last night named by police as Nathan Harrison.

Keighley beer is voted best in Britain

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Boltmaker's Arms licensee Phil Booth, centre, enjoys a pint of Boltmaker with Taylor's managing director Charles Dent, left, and head brewer Peter Eells when the beer was unveiled last year

5:13pm Tuesday 12th August 2014

A KEIGHLEY brewery's full flavoured, classic bitter was today crowned the best beer in Britain.

North Beck accident boy, 8, still critically ill in hospital

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The weir that was the scene of a rescue when a boy fell into the North Beck, between Fell Lane and North Dean Road, Keighley

2:40pm Wednesday 13th August 2014

A CHILD who was severely injured in an accident at Keighley's North Beck is still critically ill.

VIDEO: Four-year-old boy dies after Keighley house blaze

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

6:20pm Tuesday 12th August 2014

POLICE and fire service experts are investigating the cause of a blaze which claimed the life of a four-year-old boy at a house in Keighley.

Cycling champion Sid is awarded honourary degree for contribution to sport

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HONOUR: Cycling luminary Sid Barras

2:37pm Tuesday 12th August 2014

FOUR-time British cycling champion Sid Barras has been officially honoured for his contribution to the world of sport.

Police drop theft probe at Keighley animal charity

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: RELIEVED: Animal rescue charity boss Marianne Crowley

6:32am Tuesday 12th August 2014

POLICE have dropped a probe into allegations that the founder of Keighley-based Wildlife Rescue Sanctuaries had stolen £12,000 from the charity.

Four taken to hospital after house fire in Keighley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: People warned not to 'drink and fry' after chip pan fire

3:51pm Monday 11th August 2014

FOUR people – including two young children – have been taken to hospital following a house fire in Keighley.

Keighley father and two sons sentenced for mortgage fraud

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:15pm Monday 11th August 2014

A KEIGHLEY father and two sons, who took part in a £140,000 mortgage fraud, have been given suspended prison sentences.

Disabled Keighley football coach lands dream job with Manchester United

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sohail Rehman in his Manchester United tracksuit, in front of a photograph of club legend Matt Busby.

3:23pm Sunday 10th August 2014

A DISABLED football coach who supports Manchester United is living his dream - coaching at the club that he loves.

Hundreds converge on Keighley park for play day

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: CHILD'S PLAY: Joining in the road-safety fun are, from left, Freya Bailey, Thomas Durn, Georgia Durn and Heidi-Rae Bailey

5:51am Saturday 9th August 2014

HUNDREDS of youngsters converged on Keighley's Victoria Park for a giant play day.

Battle goes on to save ancient tree from being felled at Silsden supermarket construction site

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: BATTLE: Ecology Building Society worker Anna Laycock who is trying to save the 250-year-old lime tree

5:02am Thursday 7th August 2014

STAFF at the Ecology Building Society, Silsden, successfully delayed chainsaw-wielding workmen who attempted to fell an ancient tree on the site of new Aldi store yesterday.

High street names to help boost jobs as Bradford and Keighley chosen for empty shops scheme

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: OPTIMISTIC: Keighley Town Centre manager Philip Smith

7:32am Thursday 7th August 2014

BRADFORD and Keighley have been selected for a pioneering initiative to create new jobs and slash the number of empty shops.

Fears over plan for 90 homes on former Keighley village school site

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PROTEST: Councillor Adrian Farley stands at the site of the former Bronte Middle School in Bogthorn

8:32am Thursday 7th August 2014

FEARS have been voiced that a Keighley community's infrastructure will be unable to cope with a planned 90 home development.

Keighley case cited as new law is passed allowing filming in council meetings

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cllr Sally Walker during her term as town mayor

12:03am Wednesday 6th August 2014

A NEW law has been passed allowing the public to film in council meetings.

Successful fun day and fire walk produces cash boost for Nicole

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Battle of the Supermarkets made £631, charity event to raise money for 22 month-old Nicole, LtR Candice, Nicole, and Thomas Vendettuoli.

3:59pm Tuesday 5th August 2014

A CAMPAIGN to help a seriously-ill baby girl has been boosted after more than £6,000 was raised in only two days.

Boy hurt in Tinker Bridge accident still critical

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The weir that was the scene of a rescue when a boy fell into the North Beck, between Fell Lane and North Dean Road, Keighley

3:05pm Tuesday 5th August 2014

A BOY who was badly hurt in an accident at Keighley's North Beck remains critically ill in hospital.

Village's World War One concert for injured soldiers is set to be revived

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Andrew Mallinson, left, is joined by Jordan Russell and Mike Ellison, right, of Silsden Community Productions as they prepare for their recreation of the Masqueraders' performance (8818237)

1:35pm Monday 4th August 2014

A Silsden concert party, which came together to entertain wounded soldiers during the First World War, is to be revived – for two nights only.

Harden Primary pupils team up to make artwork commemorating First World War

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Reverend Bob Evans and nine-year-old Milly Jones appreciate the commemorative artwork

6:03am Monday 4th August 2014

A LARGE display created by more than 200 school pupils is providing a poignant reminder of the loss and sacrifice of the First World War.

Family's anguish at delay in justice for Keighley teacher attacked in Thailand

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Adam with Ben, when he was eight-months-old

6:19pm Friday 1st August 2014

THE LONG wait for justice is continuing for the parents of Keighley teacher Adam Pickles who was put in a coma after being hit with an iron bar in Thailand.

Multi-million pound school merger plan could avoid "education crisis"

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Councillor Ralph Berry

6:03am Thursday 31st July 2014

AMBITIOUS plans have been revealed for a £7 million new primary school in Silsden to cope with a surge in demand.

Parents in fire-walking plea to help give toddler Nicole life-changing operation in America

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Candice, Nicole, and Thomas Vendettuoli

11:28am Wednesday 30th July 2014

A FUNDRAISING campaign to send a seriously-ill baby girl to America for a life-changing operation is gathering pace after almost £8,000 was raised through various events.

Police probe fuel thefts link

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

1:28pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

POLICE are investigating a link between two thefts of fuel from a petrol station in Keighley.

Brass band to play in Cliffe Castle park

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Council is bidding for £3 million Lottery cash for Cliffe Castle Park

12:46pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

A VISITING brass band from Leeds will be playing at a Keighley attraction later next month. Horsforth Leeds City Band will perform at the bandstand in the grounds of Cliffe Castle Museum from 2pm to 4pm on Sunday, August 17. Admission is free.

Keighley mum avoids jail after hitting daughter, 12, with roll of wallpaper

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Crown Court

12:37pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

A 43-YEAR-old woman has been handed a suspended jail sentence after hitting her 12-year-old daughter with a roll of wallpaper and scratching her face.

Keighley printing company marks First World War centenary with display

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lance Dentith with the tribute wall commemorating the centenary of the First World War

3:08pm Monday 28th July 2014

A KEIGHLEY printing company is staging its own poignant tribute commemorating the centenary of the First World War.

Students get fired up for for station work experience

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

3:48pm Monday 28th July 2014

PUBLIC Service students at Keighley Campus are blazing hot!

Silsden writer's new book tells of life in village during the First World War

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: WAR STORY: Primary school teacher Beverley Anne Reay

2:21pm Monday 28th July 2014

LIFE in part of the Bradford district during the First World War, as seen through the eyes of a child, is the subject of a new publication by a history group.

Campaign continues to bring English king's body back to Yorkshire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Carol Fellingham Webb

3:36pm Monday 28th July 2014

A BATTLE to have the body of English King Richard III re-buried in York instead of Leicester is not yet over, according to a campaigner based in Cross Roads, near Keighley.

Oxenhope Community Centre gets a new roof

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: From left at the front, Craig Durkin and Sam Durkin laying the community centre's new roof tiles, alongside Martin Durkin

3:26pm Monday 28th July 2014

WORK has started on the most important part of Oxenhope Community Centre's major refurbishment programme.

Beer festival weekend at Oxenhope pub

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (7242087)

5:03pm Monday 28th July 2014

AN OXENHOPE pub is holding a beer festival from Thursday, July 31 until Sunday, August 3. The Bay Horse, in Upper Town, will offer 30 cask ale and ciders and on Saturday night will host live entertainment from local singer John Driver.


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