On 21st July 2014, The Local Leader will become a business in its own right with James Slater and Megan Carson as the joint owners. But how will this affect you? From November 2011 to July 2014, The Local Leader Magazine has been an enterprise project run financially through Titus Salt School. All profits which […]
Wilsden Trinity Church (formerly Wilsden Methodist & United Reformed Church) WILTOTS Wiltots Mother & Toddler Group meets in the Wilsden Trinity Church building every Tuesday, 9.30-11.30am during term-time, for friendship, conversation, craft activities, tea, coffee and toast. (Fathers, grandparents and carers also welcome). FRIENDS & HEROES This is a Christian-based group for primary school-aged children. […]
Lucky Winner! Congratulations to Lorna Bellamy of Clayton Heights, the lucky winner of our competition last month. Lorna and a guest won tickets to see The South in concert at the Bingley Arts Centre on 10th October, by correctly answering the question: “What was the name of The Beautiful South’s bestselling 1994 compilation album?” The […]
By Astrid Hansen To some of us 1988 feels like only yesterday, but to others it does feel like history. After all, it is a quarter of a century ago. It was in 1988 that Wilsden’s Roman Catholic congregation had to vacate St Monica’s Church in the former Primitive Methodist chapel rather quickly when the […]
There is a house called “St Monicas” towards the bottom of Wilsden Main Street. For those who remember that building as St Monica’s Roman Catholic Church, that will not be a surprising choice of house name, but anyone returning to the village after an absence of more than half a century might wonder why the house is not called “Zion”.