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July 2011

The noble sport of hat-throwing returns to Ilkley Moor tomorrow, this time with a charitable spin. Competitors are being challenged to turn up at White Wells with approved headgear tomorrow morning for the Yorkshire Open Hat Throwing Competition.

3.08pm Friday 29th July 2011

July 2011

Children tickled their taste buds with some locally grown produce to learn about healthy eating and the environment at a Bradford allotment.

11.18am Tuesday 19th July 2011

July 2011

International cricketer Wasim Akram helped a Bradford charity to raise £35,000 in one night for the victims of flooding in Pakistan a year ago. The Pakistani left-arm fast bowler was guest of honour at a fundraising dinner.

11.10am Tuesday 19th July 2011

July 2011

A group of 21 people from Kosovo, Armenia and Macedonia spent a morning at Cliffe Castle Museum in Keighley as part of an international cultural exchange. The community workers spent a week in the district.

11.02am Tuesday 19th July 2011

July 2011

Elderly residents were treated to wartime nostalgia during a 1940s afternoon held at Peel Park Primary School, Undercliffe. Year Four pupils performed a play about World War Two combing art, drama and literacy for seniors living close to the school.

4.38pm Monday 18th July 2011

July 2011

Thousands of ‘Born in Bradford’ families, complete with their furry friends, under generally sunny skies enjoying the fourth annual Teddy Bear’s Picnic to be hosted by the project. Husnain Fazal, four, from Wibsey brought two of his friends along.

9.29am Friday 15th July 2011

July 2011

Youngsters took the arrival of cockroaches, a snake and a tarantula in their stride. They were more curious than scared as the creatures were shown to them at Merlin Top School, in Keighley, by David and Liona Worricker.

8.58am Thursday 14th July 2011

July 2011

The Lord Mayor of Bradford has opened the first phase of a £200,000 refurbishment at a theatrical company. Councillor Naveeda Ikram was guest of honour at the opening ceremony at Q20 Theatre in Shipley

11.37am Wednesday 13th July 2011

July 2011

Children at five Bradford primary schools battled to out-sing and out-dance one another in the final of a talent show in Great Horton. An audience of families, pupils and school staff saw Bollywood performers, singing groups and street dancers.

11.21am Wednesday 13th July 2011

July 2011

Recycled clothing designed from old newspapers and sporting challenges were the order of the day at Guiseley School Technology College. Each year group was set a challenge to test their problem-solving and teamwork skills, with wacky results.

12.10pm Tuesday 12th July 2011

July 2011

A series of posters with positive images from around the city have been created in sections by more than 700 Laisterdyke Business and Enterprise College pupils.

12.06pm Tuesday 12th July 2011

July 2011

A Bradford band is raising brass to help toward the costs of attending a national competition.

11.29am Tuesday 12th July 2011

July 2011

Youngsters across the district took part in an Olympic-themed event at Richard Dunn Sports Centre to celebrate their success at becoming fitter, healthier and happier through attending the Mind, Exercise, Nutrition … Do it! (Mend) programme.

10.05am Friday 8th July 2011

July 2011

Little Bo Peep and her sheep are all dressed up for this year’s Proms on the Farm event in Silsden. The sounds of animals will be replaced by music at Sycamore Farm, Brunthwaite, next Saturday, July 16, at 7pm

9.01am Friday 8th July 2011

July 2011

All the colour of the Rio Carnival was captured by a music-making parade of schoolchildren in Manningham, Bradford. Atlas Community Primary School was celebrating the end of a term studying ‘colours of the world’.

8.48am Friday 8th July 2011

July 2011

Youngsters have been enjoying outdoor fun in a new sensory garden. The garden has been developed at Westfield Nursery, Idle, with capital funding from Bradford Early Years

12.04pm Thursday 7th July 2011

July 2011

Pupils at a school in Keighley have been gearing up to take part in an international tall ship race. The group at Oakbank School are taking part in the first leg of the 2011 Tall Ships Race that started in Waterford, Ireland.

11.13am Wednesday 6th July 2011

July 2011

A Bradford special school is aiming to raise funds to equip its pupils with specially-adapted bicycles. Chellow Heights Special School, Heaton, caters for 90 pupils who have a range of conditions, including autism and profound physical disabilities.

10.41am Wednesday 6th July 2011

July 2011

Runners turned out in fancy dress for the annual Oxenhope Charity Straw Race. Runners faced sweltering conditions in their bid to raise funds for local charities.

10.30am Monday 4th July 2011

July 2011

Pupils at Crossley Hall Primary School, Fairweather Green, Bradford, are growing their own. The youngsters have been hard at work getting down to earth and cultivating their own produce ready to harvest.

9.26am Monday 4th July 2011

July 2011

Excited children in Yeadon are seeing their new school being built. The new £4 million SS Peter and Paul is shooting up every day and is proving a source of fascination for youngsters who are being taught in the old building just yards away.

11.45am Friday 1st July 2011

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