Young people on the Kickstarters scheme at Bradford Council's Youth Service are putting on a Culture Festival at Keighley Creative on Saturday.

The event, which runs from 11am to 6pm, aims to bring together all ages and families to celebrate the creative and cultural talent of the people of Keighley and the surrounding areas.

They also hope to bring unity to Keighley and break down any stereotypes that others may have of a community.

There will be pay-as-you-feel food from The Good Food Project, live performance from Punjabi Roots Academy, a bollywood performance from Deeba, a performance by Will from Waterlemon Music, live poetry from Noor, Bernie the Bolt Punk Poet and Barbra Howerska, a Tai Chi workshop with Val Preston, a community jukebox (bring your own vinyl to spin), films from the People Library, Refugee Film Festival and Scott Coulthard.

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There will also be traditional Bangladeshi games, Collage Your Culture with Keighley Library’s Create Connect Make project with artist Jean McEwan, Arabic Calligraphy workshop with Farzana Khan, local artists stalls including Kindred Bizarre, Rambling Arts and Rugged Raven Creations, henna artists, and a tombola to raise money for those affected by the floods in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh.

Anyone interested in attending the festival can book tickets now at and search of Keighley Cultural Festival.