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Climate Change

Following the launch of its Climate Change Agenda in November 2020, Keighley Town Council has been taking on board the views, concerns and suggestions of Keighley people in order to formulate its...

St Georges Day

Keighley Town Council hosted a virtual St George’s Day over the weekend via their Facebook Page to celebrate this annual event. Live entertainment, music and sessions were kindly hosted by...

Litter Picking

Over the last few weeks, Keighley Town Council have supported a number of ‘Environmental Improvement Groups’ to establish or continue their already invaluable work. Keighley Town Council’s...

Virtual St Georges Day

Keighley Town Council have announced they will be hosting a Virtual St George’s Day celebration on Friday 23 – Sunday 25 April. Last year’s annual celebration was cancelled due to...

Utley Cemetery Baby Memorial

On Tuesday 2 March, the first steps in the tidying of the area around Utley Baby Memorial began. Funded by Cllr Clare Abberton’s Ward Development Fund, Steve Thorpe and Son Gardening did a huge...

International Women’s Day

Since 1911, International Women’s Day has been marked across the world on Monday 8 March. It is a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The theme for...

East Morton School Ward Development Grant

Last week at our Finance and Audit Committee Meeting, Cllr Westerman secured funding from his Ward Development Fund to support East Morton School and their music classes. Having been in discussion...

Ward Development Grants

Cllr Julie Adams has chosen to use hers to continue to support the valuable work of Ma Kelly’s Kitchen, who are helping elderly and vulnerable people across the Town with food parcels. Keighley...

The Good Shepherd Centre

In December, 4 of Keighley’s Town Councillors, Cllr Abberton, Bernardini, Corkindale and Kirby, made a pledge to The Good Shepherd Centre, to use part of their Ward Development Funds to help pay...