Archive for Month: August 2014

  • Council Swimming Pool Consultation

    It is important that as many Bingley residents comment on the pool strategy, the Labour council want to close our pool and build new ones in Bradford, the nearest to us would be Squire Lane a good 55 to 70 minutes bus journey, or at the back of the Interchange in Bradford City centre. Many…

  • Crossflatts Crossings Ward Watch Report

    Residents recently highlighted the poor surface of the pedestrian crossings at Morton Lane and Micklethwaite Lane, having inspected the crossings we reported the poor condition to the highways department. Swift action has been taken as this week the two crossings along with the one outside Bingley Grammar have been planed and resurfaced, you said we…

  • Local Groups grants approved

    The Area Committee has recently approved grants for local groups from our community chest fund. Friends of Priestthorpe Primary, £200.46 for a chicken coop in their outdoor learning area Friends of Trinity All Saints Primary, £480.90 for equipment at the before and after school club Bingley Women’s Institute, £500, Showcase and fun day for local…

  • Aldi update

    Having raised concerns with Philip Davies MP regarding the delay in transferring land from the Highways Agency, Philip asked a question of the Minister in parliament. The highways agency have now got their finger out and we all hope the transfer is expedited David H