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: police

1:28pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

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

Promoted Article: Join the World's Biggest Coffee Morning with Macmillan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: World's Biggest Coffee Morning

7:00pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

Join people in your area for the Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 26th September – all in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support. 

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.

Disgust as human waste dumped in Oxenhope stream

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (7242087)

3:06pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

HUMAN waste has been dumped in a stream in the Bradford district.

Free sports and day trips on offer for disabled youngsters in Keighley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dean Carroll is cycling from Bradford to Hamm in Germany and is being sponsored by Barber Salvatore Left and Mahmood Qureshi right.  Pic ms rep BB. (8507331)

2:54pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

DISABLED youngsters are being offered two weeks of free activities during the summer holidays.

Road chaos fears over Keighley new homes plan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Occupation Lane resident Robert Whitworth, centre, with councillors George Metcalf, left, and Brian Morris at the site where 140 new houses are planned (8242618)

7:32am Saturday 19th July 2014

PROTESTERS claim a proposed 140-home development on a greenfield site would create nothing short of a traffic nightmare.

Open-topped bus will take the scenic route for Bronte Country tour

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bronte Country tour bus driver Graham Mitchell, left, and Sarah Howsen, senior tourism development officer for Bradford Council, right, are joined by representatives from attractions on the bus tour

3:41pm Thursday 17th July 2014

AN OPEN-topped vintage bus will be taking passengers about the Worth Valley this summer.

Police appeal after driver fears for his safety in road rage incident

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police warning after thefts in car parks

3:54pm Thursday 17th July 2014

POLICE are investigating a road rage incident on the Aire Valley Road between Steeton and Cross Hills early last Tuesday. July 8.

Tribute to former Keighley headmaster Keith Whalley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Keith Whalley, pictured in 1988 when he retired from Highfield School

4:37pm Wednesday 16th July 2014

Tribute has been paid to a former Keighley headmaster who has died aged 85.

Gas pipe disruption must be endured by Silsden people, says councillor

2:16pm Wednesday 16th July 2014

Disruption caused by planned gas pipe upgrading in Silsden must be accepted by residents, says a local councillor.

Keighley MP Kris Hopkins welcomes decision to allow women bishops

4:53pm Wednesday 16th July 2014

KEIGHLEY MP Kris Hopkins has welcomed a decision to allow women to become bishops.

Riddlesden man made famous by crucifix-find dies aged 89

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: German airship Hindenburg flies over Keighley

3:25pm Monday 14th July 2014

A RIDDLESDEN man who as a boy famously recovered a crucifix dropped from the German airship Hindenburg has died.

Haworth musician, Sam Carlisle, dies of sudden heart attack aged 36

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: MOURNED: Jo-Jo Carlisle with her daughter, Skye, and her husband, Sam, who died of a heart attack

7:32am Saturday 12th July 2014

AS the Tour de France tore through Haworth, a musician lay dying from a massive heart attack as his young daughter ran to raise the alarm.

Rallying call for hospice's fundraising garden party

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: READY: 1940s enthusiasts prepare for the Manorlands garden party

5:36pm Tuesday 8th July 2014

MANORLANDS is gearing up for one of its biggest single annual fundraising events.

Yorkshire provides the 'grandest' Grand Départ

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Crowds line Main Street, Haworth, to watch the riders tackle the cobbled climb

9:39am Monday 7th July 2014

YORKSHIRE provided the Tour de France with the “grandest” Grand Départ in its 101 year history, according to the director, who estimated as many as five million people might have lined the route.

Fundraisers to stage final canalside walk for Rett Syndrome research

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The team due to carry out this summer's walk for people with Rett Syndrome line up alongside Estelle Dickinson. From left at the back: Stephen Waddilove, Megan Lawrence, Mike Govier, Vicci Salmons, Debbie Shipley and Graydon Thatcher. From left at the

7:31pm Monday 7th July 2014

THE third and final instalment of a 127-mile walk to help people with a rare neurological disorder starts tomorrow.

Budding footballers flock to Bradford City coaching scheme

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Children taking part in the football coaching sessions at Marley Activity Centre in Keighley

1:35pm Thursday 3rd July 2014

BUDDING football players joined the League of Dreams for a day during a coaching session in Keighley.

Pregnant Haworth woman worried over being trapped by Tour de France road closures

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: EXPECTING: Mum-to-be Leanne Quinn in Haworth

7:02am Wednesday 2nd July 2014

A MUM-TO-BE in Haworth is anxious she could be trapped by the Tour de France as it whizzes past her door on Sunday.

Fire crews tackle Haworth garage fire

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cat rescued from tree

9:36am Wednesday 2nd July 2014

A SUSPECTED short circuit in a light fitting sparked a fire in a garage in Haworth.

Twin sons of prominent councillor convicted of armed street attack

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: NO COMMENT: Cllr Abid Hussain

6:33am Tuesday 1st July 2014

The twin sons of a prominent Bradford councillor have been given suspended custodial sentences after admitting an armed street attack.

Tour de France visitors urged to explore the district's tourist gems

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Buildings in Keighley which are being improved with help from lottery funding

7:32am Monday 30th June 2014

VISITORS flooding into the Bradford district this week for the start of the Tour de France are being urged to take in other sights.

Committee vows to right wrongs found by inspectors at Oxenhope pre-school

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Oxenhope Community Centre

9:32am Monday 30th June 2014

THE committee that runs an Oxenhope pre-school has vowed to fix the problems flagged up in an Ofsted report, which deemed the school "inadequate".

Coin globe sculpture finished in time for Grand Depart

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Haworth sculptor Craig Dyson, who has created a work out of 2p pieces

3:50pm Monday 30th June 2014

A COPPER coin globe Tour de France sculpture will be unveiled on Saturday in Haworth Park.

Award-winning Patrick Monahan to perform in Haworth

9:31am Tuesday 24th June 2014

AN award-winning comedian will perform his stand-up show Cake Charmer in Haworth tomorrow.

Show dinner raises over £2,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: (7242087)

12:24pm Monday 23rd June 2014

A DINNER at Silsden Golf Club on Saturday raised more than £2,000 for Keighley Show funds. The event, organised by show president Tim Robinson, also included a prize draw. Mr Robinson said: "There were around 100 guests and it was a very successful event – we also secured some show sponsorship, for which we are extremely grateful."

Historical society 'betrayed' by treasurer's theft of lottery cash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: BETRAYED: Andy Wade, vice-chairman of Keighley Historical Society

10:02am Saturday 21st June 2014

The vice-chairman of a Keighley historical society has spoken of the "betrayal" felt by members after the group's former treasurer was convicted of stealing £8,000 of lottery cash it had been granted.

Keighley Show president issues rallying call

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Tim Robinson

5:32pm Friday 20th June 2014

KEIGHLEY Show's new president has issued a rallying call to the community to get involved in the annual event.

Music competition success for senior South Craven School pupil

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Accordion player Sinead White

10:19am Friday 20th June 2014

A SENIOR student at South Craven School who began her musical life playing the piano has achieved competitive success with a more unusual instrument.

Music competition success for senior South Craven School pupil

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Accordion player Sinead White

10:17am Friday 20th June 2014

A SENIOR student at South Craven School who began her musical life playing the piano has achieved competitive success with a more unusual instrument.

Police name biker killed in Oxenhope crash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police name biker killed in Oxenhope crash

3:10pm Thursday 19th June 2014

POLICE have named a motorcyclist who died in a crash near Keighley.

Keighley school friends receive top accolade for community links

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Representatives of the Friends of Phoenix Special School receive their award fromTV presenters David and Carrie Grant

4:08pm Wednesday 18th June 2014

A KEIGHLEY school friends group is top of the class.

New Airedale Hospital support group for those living with cancer

3:25pm Wednesday 18th June 2014

A NEW group has been set up to support patients with lung cancer and their carers at Airedale Hospital.

Keighley vet warns of the risks of buying dogs online

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Laura Smales and Nathan Woodhead with their dog Winston

5:32pm Monday 16th June 2014

A KEIGHLEY vet is again warning people of the risks of buying a dog online, after a Denholme couple purchased a British Bulldog that had actually come from Hungary.

Police hunt for car driver after motorcyclist, 57, is killed in Oxenhope crash

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Firefighters were called to the crash

8:49am Friday 13th June 2014

A 57-year-old motorcyclist was killed when he crashed into a road sign in Oxenhope last night.

Banksy-style murals will greet Tour de France crowds

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: One of the 'Banksy'-style graffiti works on a wall of the Cross Roads Inn which depicts David Hockney on a bike.

5:54pm Friday 13th June 2014

BANKSY-STYLE street art has been popping up mysteriously along the route of the Tour de France.

Keighley historian's search for First World War plaque hits the screen

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Oliver Chapman.

5:02pm Thursday 12th June 2014

A KEIGHLEY historian's search for a First World War memorial has been immortalised on screen.

Ilkley MP says figures are evidence of a growing economy

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: MP Kris Hopkins

2:11pm Thursday 12th June 2014

Keighley MP Kris Hopkins says figures which show booming business for Yorkshire manufacturing firms are further evidence of a growing economy.

Weather brightens for Keighley's funtime gala

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Getting wet at the Keighley Gala Young Farmers Ducking Stool are Jarrod Cooper, Liam Clark and Kieron Whitaker

12:07am Monday 9th June 2014

The weather brightened considerably yesterday as crowds lined the streets for the 138th annual Keighley Gala.

Firefighters called to derelict mill fire in Keighley

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Firefighters tackle car fire in Widnes

5:00am Monday 9th June 2014

Firefighters were called to an old cotton mill in Keighley after a fire, thought to have been started by someone sleeping rough.

Bradford and Airedale cancer patients facing longer wait to see specialist

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Health workers offered volunteering opportunities

6:00am Saturday 7th June 2014

Cancer patients in Bradford are waiting longer to start life-saving treatment, worrying new figures show.

Keighley driver admits no insurance for borrowed car

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: webpix Skipton magistrates court

7:00am Saturday 7th June 2014

A man in a borrowed hire car was not insured to drive, heard Skipton magistrates yesterday.


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