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Slow start proves so costly for Baildon

Baildon fly half JJ O'Connell is confronted by Skipton centre Ben Brearley and flanker Charlie Brown, left Picture: Anthony McMillan

IT Is not an over-simplification to say that Baildon lost this semi-final in the first ten minutes.

12:11pm Sunday 19 March 2017

Atkinson stars as Baildon B preserve unbeaten record with draw

John Atkinson won three singles and the doubles with Shirley Toulmin as Baildon B drew 5-5 with Hermits K

BRADFORD League Division Four leaders Baildon B have an impressive record so far this season, with only Hermits J having managed to share the points with them.

12:20pm Wednesday 22 March 2017

Belcher gives Salem boost

Ryan Smith, seen scoring a 70-metre interception try at home to Acklam, is set to maintain his full-back berth for Bradford Salem at West Leeds

EIGHTH-placed Bradford Salem made use of their weekend off to watch Saturday's Yorkshire Division One opponents West Leeds.

11:30am Thursday 23 March 2017

READER LETTER: The option is there to relocate to Germany

The option is there to relocate to Germany

SIR - For over a full year the T&A letters page readers have endured endless missives from two former Lib/Dem Bradford Metro Councillors who wholeheartedly supported the Remain campaign before the decisive vote last June, and now demand to have as…

1:34pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

Carnival plans take shape in village

Carnival plans take shape in village

ORGANISERS of this year’s Baildon Carnival are looking for more people to get involved after announcing a bumper number of attractions.

5:00pm Sunday 19 March 2017

READER LETTER: Going from democracy to plutocracy – fast

READER LETTER: Going from democracy to plutocracy – fast

SIR – I find it bewildering to witness ordinary working British citizens be deceived by Tory propaganda in the national media.

11:00am Saturday 25 March 2017

READER LETTER: Parking rules would put some in tight spot

READER LETTER: Parking rules would put some in tight spot

SIR – It seems that here in the UK we should adopt the Japanese system of parking (G Hitchcock, T&A letters, March 17), whereby before you buy a vehicle you have to prove that you have an allocated space to park it off the road.

11:00am Saturday 25 March 2017

DAVID ARTHUR DEX PARKER

PARKER David Arthur Dex On March 15, 2017, peacefully at home, aged 61 years. Dearly loved husband of Gillian, much loved son of Ann and the late Jack, a dear brother of Karen. Funeral service will take place at St. John's Parish Church, Baildon, on…

1:51am Friday 24 March 2017

Saltaire Festival will go ahead this year, say organisers

Crowds Saltaire Festival

THE Saltaire Festival will take place this year after its future hung in the balance due to funding cuts.

12:29pm Thursday 23 March 2017

READER LETTER: Retrospective planning application concerns

READER LETTER: Retrospective planning application concerns

SIR - There were two further articles in the T&A (March 13) which involved applications for retrospective planning permission.

4:10pm Thursday 23 March 2017
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