TEMPORARY traffic lights on the A65 Skipton Road in Ilkley will be taken down for the Bank Holiday weekend.
A DRIVER who collided with a wall in Addingham after stopping off at a pub after work was three times over the drink drive limit, heard Skipton magistrates.
SPRING or early summer is a splendid time to do this walk, which sets off once again from Austwick. The wild flowers in Oxenber and Wharfe Woods, a site of Special Scientific Interest, are lovely.
THIS May bank holiday (May 28 - 30) sees the return of the Great British Food Festival to Harewood House.
FEELGOOD comedy One Slight Hitch opened this week at the Ilkley Playhouse, and is delighting audiences with its cosy setting and warm humour. The style and set are a wonderful nostalgic mix, reminiscent of 1980s Friday night television – picture…
WHEN you know that the farce you’re watching takes place on a wedding day, there has to be a sneaking suspicion that something will go wrong….
SPANDAU Ballet, The Kray Twins and Eastenders. What links these three?
THREADFEST is the title of an independent festival of music and art in Bradford.
ELTON John’s musical adaptation, Billy Elliot, stops in Bradford on its UK wide “boogie” where LEO OWEN caught the show
FROM now until the end of September, the bandstands of Leeds will resound to the music of local brass, jazz and concert bands with Leeds International Concert Season’s Summer Bands in Leeds Parks series.
IT'S half term week ladies and gentlemen, and boy do we have a feast of films for you. So whether you like kids growing up with talking animals in the jungle, superheroes having a tiff with each other or pensioners robbing a bank, you're guaranteed…
ILKLEY Film Society ends its current season on Sunday, May 29 with the Swedish comedy The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window And Disappeared (Ilkley Playhouse, 8pm).
DAN Cruickshank will be sharing his historical expertise with an audience at Otley Courthouse next month.
A FLOOD plan is being drawn up to help Otley and the Wharfe Valley cope with future high water hell.
AIREDALE Hospital's neonatal unit has received a £3,000-plus boost.
AIREDALE NHS Foundation Trust overspent by almost £1 million on its budget of £150 million in the past financial year.
NATIONAL accolades have been awarded to the care trust that runs the Centre for Mental Health at Airedale Hospital.
A CHARITY duck race will be held in the River Wharfe at Otley next month.
Otley Show 2016 - RESULTS:
BOTH these photographs were taken in 1963 and show contrasting scenes between a youth camp and the centuries old ceremonials of the Church.
125 Years Ago - 1891
BOOTS and bicycles were blessed at a special church service in the Washburn Valley last weekend.
CHILDREN will show their artistic talents in an exhibition at Rawdon next month.
A PHOTOGRAPHER is taking a behind-the-counter look at the people who run local independent shops and businesses, in a new project hoped to boost local trade.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP is alive and well with latest statistics revealing more than 600,000 start-up businesses were launched in the UK in the past 12 months.
RICH Bunce Walking Photographer is a professional photographer based in Burley-in-Wharfedale with a real love of the outdoors. He regularly leads Photo Walk Workshops in Yorkshire and across the UK. On June 4 he'll be leading a Wildlife Masterclass…
A STREET party will be held in Guiseley to celebrate The Queen's official birthday.
THE ORGANISER of Ilkley supermarket food bank collections – who also welcomed dozens of schoolchildren into the store to learn more about where their food comes from – is leaving to work in another division of the company.
A CHARITY that aims to support indepedent living for the elderly and most vulnerable members of the community is looking for volunteers to continue its work.
GETTING out into Britain’s wild, open spaces is an invigorating experience.
A MUCH criticised crackdown by Bradford Council on goods displayed outside outside an Ilkley shop was in response to a member of the public tripping up and being hurt, says the authority.
GUISELEY’S summer recruitment has begun with the club announcing the signing of experienced striker Michael Rankine from last season’s National League rivals Altrincham.