DESCRIBED as a “proper” bike shop by its customers, Pennine Cycles, in Thornton Road, Bradford, is run by husband and wife team Paul and Sandra Corcoran.

Their customers say they provide the complete package from knowledge and advice, to service and general friendliness.

Pennine frames are made on the premises and the business carries out servicing and upgrades on customers’ cycles.

They cater for all standards of cyclist, from the veteran to the beginner and carry a range of accessories and clothing.


GOOD knowledge and service has made Casa Espresso, in Shipley, a popular destination for coffee lovers.

They are specialist artisan coffee roasters who supply a host of restaurants, cafes and eateries across the county and beyond.

Established in 2000, the independent family business offers good after sales service as well as barista training. They supply coffee machines as well as wholesale coffee with a facility to purchase specialist beans online which have been sourced from all corners of the globe.


AN artisan bakery specialising in brownies has been making a name for itself since it opened its doors in Ilkley.

Love Brownies boasts a range of products made with locally sourced ingredients where possible.

They also champion Fairtrade and offer a range of gluten free brownies to those with special dietary needs, but who deserve a treat on occasion.

A postal service is offered to bring brownies to your door, complete with hand-written card.

Customers have praised the staff for their attention to detail.