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New children's centre 'cluster' officially opened in East Bradford

Sir Tony Hawkhead CEO for Action for Children and Michael Jameson head of Childrens services open the new East Bradford children’s centre cluster.

A “CLUSTER” of children’s centres, covering some of the most diverse areas of Bradford and run by a children’s charity, has officially opened.

4:28pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Weekend cricket scores

A staggering 881 runs were scored in the Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup first-round tie at Hoylandswaine, where visitors East Bierley made 426-8 but lost by 29 runs

SOLLY SPORTS HEAVY WOOLLEN CUP – First round: Mirfield Parish Cavaliers 246-8 Scholes (HL) 229, Skelmanthorpe 159 Birstall 165-3, Spen Victoria 115 Hanging Heaton 116-1, Shepley 188 New Farnley 189-3, Ossett 98 Whitley Hall 99-1, Hoylandswaine 455-8…

3:39pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Right On Cue: Tough draw for holder Hollings

Bradford Snooker Handicap champion Joe Hollings (Eccleshill Victoria Cons), who faces Richard Denny (Cullingworth Cons) in a tough first-round tie

THE draw for the first round of the Bradford Snooker Handicap has been made, Joe Hollings (Eccleshill Victoria Cons) starting the defence of his title with a tough tie against Richard Denny at Cullingworth Cons.

1:34pm Wednesday 19 April 2017

COURT FILE: 32 appear before Bradford and Keighley magistrates

Bradford and Keighley Magistrates Court

The following have been dealt with by Bradford and Keighley magistrates:

1:27pm Monday 24 April 2017

Muhammad proves mighty in his first Bradford League knock

Methley's new overseas player Muhammad Akhlaq, who hit 16 sixes and 18 fours in his 214 not out against Ossett on his All Rounder Cricket Bradford League debut

MUHAMMAD Akhlaq has announced his arrival on the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League scene in stunning style.

2:58pm Sunday 23 April 2017

Lorry driver jailed for re-tweeting 'dreadful images' of ISIS propaganda

Leeds Crown Court

A BRADFORD lorry driver has been jailed under the Terrorism Act for re-tweeting propaganda supporting Islamic State, including images of “dreadful violence”, a judge said.

5:28pm Thursday 20 April 2017

Camping in middle-age? You can forget the tent, says Emma Clayton

Camping is one of those things that sounds better than it actually is... Picture: Pixabay

IT took just three little words to drive a wedge between my partner and I.

7:06am Thursday 20 April 2017

From big-screen weepies to Peaky Blinders - Bradford's City of Film team "never been so busy"

Filming for Peaky Blinders outside Bradford's City Hall this week

IT didn’t take long for word to get out that Game of Thrones star Kit Harington had been spotted in a Saltaire bar, or that he and other cast and crew of his new TV drama had descended on a nearby bistro for an evening.

8:25am Friday 21 April 2017

Kathleen HARGREAVES

HARGREAVES Kathleen (formerly Jenner) (nee Glennon) Passed away at Birkshall Mews Care Home, Halifax, on Thursday, April 6, 2017, aged 88 years. Mother to the late Christopher, a much loved mother of Kathy and mother-in-law to Stuart and will be sadly…

1:51am Wednesday 19 April 2017

Cheers to our WW1 heroes

British and New Zealand troops outside the village shop in Bus Les Artois

A RECENT T&A feature on a French village where Bradford Pals were billeted prior to the Battle of the Somme has unearthed a tale of a ginger beer bottle which crossed the Channel.

7:45am Saturday 1 April 2017
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