Wharfedale

16 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
market industry reports

“The Loudspeaker  market report is a complete research on the current state of the Loudspeaker  market with a focus on the regional market. This report presents the global Loudspeaker  market size (value, production, and consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2013-2018 and forecast to ‘2024’), by manufacturers, region, type, and application. This study also analyzes the market status, […]

15 Jul 19
Whitby Writers Group

I am the son of my mother, the brother of my siblings, the father of my children – most men can say the same. I am a son of Wharfedale, proud to have been born there – if you are of Airedale I don’t hold it against you. I am of the West Riding and […]

13 Jul 19
bradford sport history

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the first reported appearance of bicycles – or velocepedes – in Bradford. It was a phenomenon that was extensively reported in the Bradford Daily Telegraph and Bradford Observer as well as the Yorkshireman weekly review that was published in the town. Bradford established for itself a reputation as […]

12 Jul 19
Love Travelling

Location This handsome stone inn stands proudly in the small village of Ben Rhydding set amid leafy lanes and in the shadow of the famous Cow & Calf Rocks on Ilkley Moor. The hotel lies 18 miles north west of Leeds and just one mile from the Victorian spa town of Ilkley which oozes charm […]

11 Jul 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

Very good condition, prior owner used in a recording studio but not for gigs.  A few small nicks and scratches in the tolex, grille cloth clean with no tears, a few marks on the top control panel.  No footswitch.  Featuring 2 Vox Wharfedale GSH12-30 12″ speakers, blendable Normal & Top Boost channels, Normal channel brilliant […]

04 Jul 19
Aireborough Neighbourhood Development Forum

There are 4 key tenets of National Planning policy. A strong case can be made that none of these have been met in the Leeds City Council Site Allocation Plan for Aireborough before 2023. That planning should be done by engaging local communities That planning should involve co-operation between neighbouring authorities That Green Belt should […]

03 Jul 19
Stew's LEJOG 2019

https://strava.app.link/Y9Plx4HL1X Appologies if people couldn’t track me today. My phone lost connection with my bike computer at some point. It was up and out of the hostel at 6am. I had stuck my head out of the skylight and realised it was a cold morning. It was clear and crisp so I was glad I […]

02 Jul 19
Living in my Motorhome

Heat wave was forecast for Saturday 29th June, so I frantically searched the internet to book a night away somewhere! There is no way I could let a gorgeous hot day and evening go by, without camping out in it! So did all the usual coast sites and all full (no surprise there) but then […]

02 Jul 19
Anthony Shaughnessy

A circular high level route from Conistone in Wharfedale. View the route on plotaroute.com 9.5 miles 450 metres ascent A did this walk to find overnight wild camping locations but it turned out to be a superb walk in it’s own right. The views up and down the valley are incredible and at this time […]

28 Jun 19
Aireborough Neighbourhood Development Forum

The Guiseley Gap walk leaflet is proving extremely popular – we have stocked many local libraries (thanks to a grant from Guiseley Lions) and have had to do repeated renewals of stock almost weekly. We are now getting a reprint done, thanks to a grant from Guiseley and Rawdon ward Councillors Graham Latty and Paul […]