17 hrs ago
Help needed to spread news of talking papers
A charity that helps blind Wharfedale and Aireborough residents keep abreast of the news is appealing for people to spread the word.
21 hrs ago
New race to celebrate Saltaire's heritage
A new race celebrating Saltaire and Shipley 's rich heritage is being launched this summer with hundreds expected to pound the historic route.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Funding boost for Otley mill redevelopment project
On site are David Wilson Homes Yorkshire West's Martin Purdy and Ian Ruthven with Andy Lowde, from Sirius Remediation, and David Wilson Homes Yorkshire West's Darren Johnson Work on a major riverside redevelopment in Otley is pushing ahead thanks to funding support from the Local Enterprise Partnership.
Take tea with Otley fundraising couple
An Otley couple's work to help Romanian orphans will continue when it holds a fundraising afternoon of strawberry teas.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Downpour can't mar 30th Otley carnival
Large crowds lined the streets on Saturday to cheer on a parade packed with imaginative displays from schools, businesses, charities and community groups.
Opinions wanted on housing plans for Otley
Residents are being urged to have their say on future housing plans that will lead to hundreds of new homes being built across the town.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Actor Samuel West joins Harrogate pupils on stage
A top actor will join schoolchildren from across Harrogate to perform an opera composed by Benjamin Britten at St Wilfrid's Church.
Otley residents young and old have enjoyed tucking into a Big Lunch.
About 40 householders on Craven Street met up to share food and drinks and get to know each other better.
Otley pupils put their road safety skills to the test in annual quiz
Stop, look and listen will be the order of the day as pupils test their brains at the annual Otley road safety quiz.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Deadline is looming for pubs' bid for a fair deal
A campaign to secure a "fair deal" for pubs is urging Wharfedale residents to back it before the deadline runs out.
Police warning over break-ins
Inspector Richard Coldwell, from the Aireborough & Wharfedale Neighbourhood Policing Team, is making the appeal due to the high numbers of local burglaries which involve unsecured doors or windows.
Thousands set to flock into Otley for 30th carnival
Heebies owners Sarah Forbes and Adam Hebbron with their awards for winning the Otley Carnival window-dressing competition with their Harry Potter theme The annual fundraiser will begin at 1.15pm on Saturday when a parade featuring more than 30 flamboyantly decorated floats, walking tableaux and other entries sets off from Wharfedale Farmers Auction ... (more)
Latest planning applications
Guiseley: Listed Building application for internal and external alterations to Building 8, former High Royds Hospital site, Chevin Park, Bradford Road.
Otley pub and brewery team up to launch stout sorbet
Chef at Otley's The Fleece pub, Simon Miller, right, and Alex Leishman, of Harrogate-based ice cream producers, Vanilli's, with the new Yorkshire Stout gelato sorbet A Wharfedale pub and brewery have teamed up with a local ice cream producer to create a beer-flavoured sorbet.
Otley residents urged to have their say on future housing
Otley residents are being urged to have their say on future housing plans that will lead to hundreds of new homes being built across the town.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
The following planning applications have been lodged with Bradford Council: Addingham : replacement of windows and rear doors, 7 Old Lane.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Plastic ducks are set to race in aid of Burley-in-Wharfedale groups
Plastic ducks will race down the River Wharfe again on June 16 in the annual Village Duck Race organised by Burley-in-Wharfedale Community Trust, The race will start at 3pm on the field alongside the Burley bypass, just outside the village on the road to Otley.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Celebration for Skipton Building Society as it marks 160 years
A building society is celebrating its 160th birthday by inviting customers to celebrate and by giving away thousands of pounds to community groups.
Public flock to Pool-in-Wharfedale meeting on housing plan
There was standing room only in the village hall as residents crowded in to hear more about Leeds City Council's Sites Allocation Plan.
Family dog in Chevin cliff rescue drama
Ruby the King Charles spaniel had to be rescued after falling eight foot down rocks and landing on a ledge at Chevin Forest Park in Otley .