Morrisons staff in Keighley are fired up about their store's latest improvement and hope customers will rise to the occasion.

The supermarket's new bakery, part of a multi-million pound redevelopment, was put through a working test yesterday.

Staff donated the entire first day's baking to the Salvation Army for distribution to elderly and needy people in the area.

Debbie Rawson, the store's general manager, said: "It is good news that our first bake is going to such a worthy cause."

The bakery, which will make fresh bread several times each day, will officially open to the public on Monday.

Debbie is looking for an apprentice baker to join the Keighley team.

She said: "Brand-new, state-of-the-art ovens will ensure they are serving up a wide range of the freshest, most mouthwatering products."