Keighley is helping to lead the way in helping big and small businesses to work together for the town’s prosperity. The town is once again supporting Small Business Saturday, which this year is on 5 December, with a series of...
Unlike many northern towns and villages, you won’t find any mention of Saltaire in the Domesday Book. It simply didn’t exist until the mid-19th century. Titus Salt – later Sir Titus – simply added the name of the river Aire...
You don’t have to be a Fred Dibnah or a Timothy West to appreciate the wonders of the North’s waterways, and one the greatest of these is surely the Bingley Five Rise Locks. Claimed to be the most spectacular feature...
The name of the celebrity lined up to switch on Keighley’s Christmas lights at the Airedale Shopping Centre is due to be unveiled... Thousands are again expected to head to Keighley to see the event, with VIPs joining Santa to...
3 miles (4.8km) Circular walk A walk suitable for the casual walker, along country lanes, field and woodland paths. This walk is not suitable for the less mobile, wheelchair users and children in pushchairs. Sensible footwear, wind and waterproof clothing...
St John Ambulance, the nation’s leading first aid charity, has teamed up with Craven and Valley Life to bring you some simple, but life-saving, first aid tips... An important part of administering first aid is safety for the first aider...
Autumn is the best time of the year to incorporate earth tone colours into your home decorations. The return of cooler temperatures, autumn colours, and nature changing before our eyes is all the evidence we need that autumn is...
Here for the Beer, from USA There was some trepidation last year when Keighley brewer Timothy Taylor’s announced that Tim Dewey, an American marketing man who used to be a New England junior tennis hotshot, was to take over as...
80% of British workers would give up their day job to start a new business linked to a hobby or a passion of theirs if money was no objective according to a new survey1. Nearly half (49%) have little...
For the size of Thornton village there is an amazing array of delicious places to eat and drink. Starting at School Green, at the top of Chat Hill, why not visit the beautifully decorated Rocca Ristorante? Now in its third...

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