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  1. Planning applications for Allerton, Addingham, Apperley Bridge, Baildon, Bingley and Bradford MoorRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Thetelegraphand Argus

    The following planning applications have been lodged with Bradford Council: Allerton: alterations to former public house to form madrassa, Druids Arms Hotel, 203 Allerton Road. Addingham : construction of first floor side extension above converted ground floor extension and single storey rear sun-lounge extension to replace existing conservatory, 33 Moor Lane.

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  2. Long-serving blood donors honoured for their lifesaving effortsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Thetelegraphand Argus

    FOUR dedicated blood donors in the Bradford area who have saved or improved up to 1,668 lives between them, have been honoured for their loyalty and commitment. Among them was 68-year-old Chris Quinn, of Bingley , who started giving blood when he was 18 and working at a factory in Birmingham.

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  3. Crossflatts make hay as Chatburn sufferRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Keighleynews.co.uk

    BALL win for Oakworth in Division One and one-run victories for Cononley and Crossflatts II take some upstaging but Crossflatts' first team managed it with a run-feast in the top flight at Ryshworth Park. Vikram Bakshi was unbeaten on 149 after hitting ten fours and an incredible 16 sixes, while Joshua Kazar blasted 145, adding 129 with fellow opener Nathan Bradbury , 65 with Lee Bailey and 173 with Bakshi as two visiting bowlers clocked up three figures while another reached 93 and James Price's solitary over went for 18. Understandably shell-shocked, the Ribble Valley visitors could only make 171 in reply as Bakshi confirmed his man-of-the-match status by taking 3-3 off three overs.

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  4. Bradford mums-to-be are offered free swim class sessionRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Thetelegraphand Argus

    BE are being given the chance to try a water-based exercise class for free at their local swimming pool. Six Bradford council pools are running aqua natal classes, which will involve 30 minutes of gentle exercise followed by 15 minutes gentle swimming and relaxation.

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  5. Students talk their way to top prize in debating competition A...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Thetelegraphand Argus

    The victorious debating team and the judges, back from left, Felix Bunting, Ben Maloney, Sir Peter Bazalgette, chairman of the Arts Council England, Ed Ford and Awais Nazir. Front from left, Beckfoot teacher Chris Toole and judges Hari Sundaresan, Penny L The team from Beckfoot School in Bingley won the Debating Matters National Final, held at the British Library in London this weekend.

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  6. Students talk their way to top prize in debating competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Thetelegraphand Argus

    The victorious debating team and the judges, back from left, Felix Bunting, Ben Maloney, Sir Peter Bazalgette, chairman of the Arts Council England, Ed Ford and Awais Nazir. Front from left, Beckfoot teacher Chris Toole and judges Hari Sundaresan, Penny L The team from Beckfoot School in Bingley won the Debating Matters National Final, held at the British Library in London this weekend.

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  7. Number of floral displays to wilt across the district as council cuts biteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Roadside beds, hanging baskets, flower-filled tubs and roundabout displays are all facing the chop - as is the authority's main nursery where they are grown. The Peel Park Nursery is set to close this summer after growing the district's blooms for more than 30 years, with one local councillor calling it a "huge loss".

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  8. Woodlands fail to capitalise on Pudsey St Lawrence's first defeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    PUDSEY St Lawrence's 11-match unbeaten record is over but their first defeat of the season did not prove costly. The Division One leaders went down at home to East Bierley by seven wickets, but they still enjoy a 24-point lead at the top of the table because nearest challengers Woodlands lost at New Farnley by 78 runs.

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  9. Number of floral displays to wilt across the district council cuts biteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Roadside beds, hanging baskets, flower-filled tubs and roundabout displays are all facing the chop - as is the authority's main nursery where they are grown. The Peel Park Nursery is set to close this summer after growing the district's blooms for more than 30 years, with one local councillor calling it a "huge loss".

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  10. Sex offender once labelled Yorkshire's 'most wanted man' is given...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    A PROLIFIC sex offender once labelled the most wanted man in Yorkshire was yesterday given a further life sentence for the horrific rapes of two schoolgirls 36 years ago. Robert Sneddon, a lorry driver from Baildon , was jailed for life in 1982 for a series of appalling attacks on young girls in isolated locations, including Bradford's Peel Park, Bingley 's Myrtle Park, Keighley 's Cliffe Castle Park, and Calverley 's Lodge Woods.

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  11. Seven projects in Bradford area vying for public's help to secure funding from grants programmeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    SEVEN projects in the Bradford area want the public's help as they try to secure funding from a community grants programme. Four cash pots of up to A 25,000, and 15 of up to A 5,000, are available through the OneFamily Foundation scheme.

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  12. Bees bidding to shake off travel sickness in pre-seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    TWO of Bradford & Bingley 's three pre-season games will be road trips as they look to shake off their poor form away from Wagon Lane. The Bees, who have been relegated for the past two years and will be playing in SSE Yorkshire Division One for the first time next season, will travel to North One East champions Ilkley on Saturday, August 15 before visiting North One West side Kendal the following Saturday.

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  13. Donations needed for charity shop campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Scope, which has shops in Darley Street in Bradford, Bingley and Keighley , is teaming up with self-storage firm Safestore throughout July. The Great Donate campaign aims to collect as many quality goods as possible that can be sold through Scope charity shops nationwide.

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  14. Closure threat looms for award-winning charity which helps people tackle health problemsRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    HALE has been at the heart of promoting well-being with its distinctive bus that tours areas of need in Shipley , Bingley and Baildon . The single-decker, with trained staff offering advice on diet, sexual health and drug and alcohol issues, has constantly targeted young people where they publicly gather and also helped isolated people of any age across the ward.

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  15. Skipper Slater rues Bingley's narrow defeatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    The Wagon Laners are fifth in the JCT600 Bradford League Division One but things could have been so much better if they had won three tight matches earlier in the campaign. New Farnley beat them by five runs on May 23, Woodlands by four runs on May 30 and leaders Pudsey St Lawrence by 14 on June 6. "You can pick up a lot of points very quickly if you go on a run of games like St Lawrence have done," admitted Bradford & Bingley skipper Phil Slater, "and we are only halfway through the season.

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  16. Changes in pipeline at CrossflattsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Keighleynews.co.uk

    MOVES are under way by UKAR, the Crossflatts-based bank behind failed lenders Bradford & Bingley and Northern Rock, to either sell or outsource day-to-day mortgage servicing activities. Chief executive Richard Banks said that if the deals go through - a shortlist of bidders will be drawn up by the end of next month - they would be transformational to the business.

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  17. Misadventure verdict after Addingham pensioner dies after routine hernia operationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Cravenherald.co.uk

    A PRIVATE hospital's haphazard treatment of an Addingham pensioner after routine hernia surgery ended in disastrous consequences, an inquest was told. Grandfather-of-two James Hartley, 79, died in intensive care at Bradford Royal Infirmary on October 1 last year after being transferred as an emergency from The Yorkshire Clinic in Cottingley, Bingley.

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  18. Eastburn rallies round to provide special tribute to tragic totRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Cravenherald.co.uk

    A COMMUNITY devastated by the sudden death of a four-year-old boy has rallied round to provide a special final resting place for the popular tot. His dad, Mark Barrett, said he and his wife Kelly and the rest of the family had been overwhelmed by the support of neighbours, friends and the whole community.

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  19. Oxenhope youngster eyes mountain high for EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Keighleynews.co.uk

    BINGLEY Harrier Matthew Merrick, from Oxenhope, is among five local athletes to be selected for the International Youth Cup for mountain running this weekend. The teenager will compete for England under-18s in Smolyan, Bulgaria on Saturday, with four Ilkley Harriers having also been picked.

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  20. Community rallies round to provide special tribute to tragic totRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Keighleynews.co.uk

    A COMMUNITY devastated by the sudden death of a four-year-old boy has rallied round to provide a special final resting place for the popular tot. His dad, Mark Barrett, said he and his wife, Kelly, together with the rest of the family had been overwhelmed by the support of neighbours, friends and the whole community.

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