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The chap sweeping up at the gateway to Ilkley Brewery’s Ashlands Road site just outside the town centre turned out to be the boss, Chris Ives, who had been at work since 5am to start the morning brew.
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Ilkley Cycling Club has celebrated its first birthday at the Ilkley Moor Vaults, exactly one year to the day when founding members Paul O Looney and George Siatos called a meeting in the bar to discuss reforming Ilkley Cycling Club after a lapse of over 50 years. More than 80 people turned up at the inaugural meeting to lend support to the idea. In the last 12 months club has gone from strength to strength with over 700 members from across the region, and is now recognised as the largest cycling club in the country. Richard Hartley, of the club, charts its success
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Train travel on the Wharfedale Line is booming, if the full station car parks and packed carriages are anything to go by. But passengers are expecting to see their train fare on local services go up at a rate above inflation in the year ahead. Reporter Amanda Greaves looks at some of the local issues around the looming rise in train fares.
10:26am Thursday 16th June 2011
The photograph above was published in the Ilkley Gazette in October 1945 with the heading First Ilkley Man Home from Jap Prison. The caption read: Pte E Addy, the first Ilkley man to arrive from a Japanese prison camp, has his first Yorkshire pudding at his home, 45, Wellington Road, whilst daughter Pat assists with the salt and his wife has ready a cup of tea to finish off with’. Pat had never seen the photograph until last month. Here, in her own words, Patricia Fall (nee Addy) tells the story of coming face to face with her father.
10:23am Thursday 12th May 2011
This is Local Newspaper Week – an annual celebration of the strength of regional and local press in the UK. This year, the Week aims to highlight how local newspapers act as champion of their communities, galvanising their readers into action, supporting local businesses, and taking pride in their area. It is not just us saying it. Here, the Prime Minister DAVID CAMERON tells us what he thinks of local newspapers.
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When Helen Smith died in Saudi Arabia in 1979, her father refused to believe the official story of how she died. But, almost 32 years later, Ron Smith’s quest for the truth has now come to a sad end, as Jonathan Redhead reports.
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Children do it, pensioners do it and even toddlers have been known to do it. Plunging into the bath at White Wells, Ilkley, has become something of a New Year tradition over the years, inspiring hundreds of hardy souls aged between two and 82 to wash away the past.
9:10am Wednesday 30th December 2009
His breathtaking sculptures have wowed audiences in cities and towns all over the world. From sand sculptures in the centre of Bradford, to an ice hotel in Finland, artist Jamie Wardley has certainly achieved a wide and varied audience for his work.
8:10am Wednesday 23rd December 2009
Graham Dewhirst loves tinkering with history. The retired electrical engineer aims to restore the kind of cars he and his family had decades ago and return them to the roads. Gradually he is fulfilling his ambition.
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