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Bradford fire disaster play to raise funds for Burns Unit

Bradford fire disaster play to raise funds for Burns Unit

| April 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

An award-winning play, which will be performed in Bradford this week on its tour, will pay homage to the lives lost in the Valley Parade tragedy three decades ago. And the student theatre company behind the show “The 56”, named after the fifty-six spectators who lost their lives in the fire, are hoping to achieve […]

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Community notices Nov/Dec 2013

Community notices Nov/Dec 2013

| November 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

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. […]

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Community notices: Oct/Nov 2013

Community notices: Oct/Nov 2013

| October 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

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 […]

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New clerk for Wilsden Parish Council

New clerk for Wilsden Parish Council

| September 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

The councillors of Wilsden Parish Council are pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs Ruth Batterley as Clerk to the Council. Ruth started work on 12th August 2013 and is an experienced clerk, having worked for several years in another local parish council. Ruth looks forward to working with the councillors in Wilsden and meeting […]

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Community notices: September/October 2013

Community notices: September/October 2013

| September 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

St Matthew’s Church, Wilsden New service at 11am, starting 15th September then on every first, third, fourth and fifth Sunday. Informal cafe-style worship with music, discussions and activities for all ages. This is in addition to the regular Sunday and Wednesday services – details on the noticeboard outside church. Do have a look at our […]

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Community notices: August 2013

Community notices: August 2013

| August 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Bingley Division Girlguiding news Rainbows, Brownies and Guides from Bingley Division, along with their leaders and parent helpers, put their skates on and took over Bradford Ice Arena on a Sunday evening in June. They all had a brilliant time and proved that ice skating is a fun and exciting activity for all ages and […]

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Calling all children!

Calling all children!

| August 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Over £300 in prizes to be won! Need some extra pocket money? Want something to do in the summer holidays? Get creative now and enter the Wilsden Show on Sunday 22nd September. With 19 classes to enter there’s something for everyone, including painting, model making, photography, Lego and much more. Each year we try to […]

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Macho men!

Macho men!

| August 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Well done to the Bingley Rural’s Mark Anslow and team-mates for winning Best Group Costume at the Oxenhope Straw Race as the Village People!

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Wilsden Wall-Building Group news

Wilsden Wall-Building Group news

| August 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

The walling group continue from strength to strength and is currently working on walling at Haworth Road, opposite Windy Grove, on walls belonging to the riding school. New members are always welcome and full instruction will be given: contact Tony Caunt on 01535 273709. The group would also be interested in any donations of walling […]

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The Piano Street Mystery

The Piano Street Mystery

| August 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

A reader recently shared his memory of the coal man and other older village residents when he was a boy referring to Royd Street in Wilsden (where the Co-op is now located) as “Piano Street”. Do any other readers remember hearing this nickname, and can anyone enlighten us as to where it may have come […]

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