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April 2011

Skipton primary school children sang to help victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. The reception and first year children at Water Street Primary School raised £700.

10.27am Thursday 21st April 2011

April 2011

A woolly couple from Otley will share their wedding day with Prince William and Kate Middleton. But Shirley and Cyril, being two model sheep, have not had much say in their wedding vows – or on how they’ll be dressed for the big occasion.

10.00am Thursday 21st April 2011

April 2011

Police are aiming to hit their target of diverting youngsters from anti-social behaviour by teaching them skills including fishing and archery.

12.15pm Wednesday 20th April 2011

April 2011

The Easter story was brought to life by youngsters at St Columba’s Catholic Primary School in Dudley Hill, Bradford, who performed a musical version of the Bible tale.

11.24am Wednesday 20th April 2011

April 2011

Three historic English Bibles are on public display at Bradford Cathedral from today. The exhibition of Bibles published in 1605, 1611 and 1616 is accompanied by illustrated posters from Sheffield University explaining the history of Bible publication.

11.49am Tuesday 19th April 2011

April 2011

Members of Bradford’s Jewish community gathered last night to celebrate the Passover festival. A service was held, with singing and reading from the Haggadah text, and a meal was served at the Bradford Reform Synagogue, in Bowland Street, Manningham.

11.44am Tuesday 19th April 2011

April 2011

Hundreds of people flocked to Saltaire at the weekend for the historic village’s first World Heritage festival. Katie Chippindale shows some of the items available at the produce market .

11.16am Monday 18th April 2011

April 2011

Families took a trip down the canal towpath to visit an exhibition with a difference. The Kennet, a historic boat moored on the Leeds- Liverpool Canal at Saltaire, has become a floating exhibition telling the history of the World Heritage Site.

10.48am Monday 18th April 2011

April 2011

Knitters at an arts studio wrapped a 102-metre scarf round their ageing building to kick-start a £3,000 fundraising drive for refurbishment. Kirkgate Art and Crafts Studio in Shipley is hosting a series of events in the run-up to its 30th anniversary.

10.56am Friday 15th April 2011

April 2011

Seven new bands will take to the stage of the Mart Theatre, Skipton, today. It is the culmination of the theatre’s schools project, which allows students to work with musicians.

10.30am Friday 15th April 2011

April 2011

Pharaohs and snakes are wandering the corridors of Lady Lane Park School in Bingley this week. Children and staff are donning an array of costumes to match the countries they are exploring. Pictured are Katie Roper (left), Isabella Earl and Oliver Peace

11.24am Thursday 14th April 2011

April 2011

An Ilkley fish and chip shop has come up with a new take on fried eggs to get the customers rolling in over Easter. Leeds Road chippy Grandad Nicol’s will be serving deep-fried Creme Eggs as an Easter special.

11.19am Thursday 14th April 2011

April 2011

Two German women from Bradford’s twin city of Hamm, are learning some vital skills on work experience at the Midlands Hotel – how to pull the perfect pint of Yorkshire ale. Pictured are Linda Gossel (left) and Alannah Jagermann

10.48am Wednesday 13th April 2011

April 2011

crisis point after being inundated with unwanted cats and kittens. Twenty-four cats were brought into the Mount Street animal home last week, bringing the total number at the centre to almost 100.

10.11am Tuesday 12th April 2011

April 2011

Young performers are breathing new life into the Gilbert and Sullivan comedy The Sorcerer, appearing alongside older cast members from Bingley's Gilbert and Sullivan society. Pictured front is Richard Thompson as the Sorcerer.

12.02pm Friday 8th April 2011

April 2011

A knitting group has been creating hats and scarves and donating them to local homeless charities. The group, which meets at St John's Church, Great Horton, has also knitted this giant mural.

4.30pm Thursday 7th April 2011

April 2011

Dancer Madeleine Dunnett, 16, has won a place at the Stella Mann School, in Bedford, and must raise course fees of £9,000 per year as well as living costs. She is raising cash to help fulfill her dream of becoming a professional dancer.

11.22am Wednesday 6th April 2011

April 2011

Three live Alpacas - and some quirky not so live ones - will help Saltaire celebrate International World Heritage Day. Village society chairman Rob Martin the animal parade will draw the crowds.

2.35pm Tuesday 5th April 2011

April 2011

Highly-respected war veteran Albert Joiner, 99, has been honoured for his dedication to the Northern Royal Marines Association by being elected its presient in his hundredth year.

10.12am Monday 4th April 2011

April 2011

The six grandchildren of Shirley Dumican celebrate the sum raised for charity by a fundraising gig in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care in memory of their grandmother

10.11am Monday 4th April 2011

April 2011

Mum is definitely the word this Mother’s Day at Morrisons in Girlington, Bradford. There are 14 mothers on the payroll working in and among the aisles alongside their own sons and daughters.

11.08am Friday 1st April 2011

April 2011

A Bradford school’s outstanding work to boost the confidence and concentration of vulnerable children has received recognition. Cygnets, is a nurture group for pupils with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties at Lower Fields Primary School.

10.05am Friday 1st April 2011

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