Conservation Groups Appeals for Volunteers to Combat Knotweed Invasion

Conservation Groups Appeals for Volunteers to Combat Knotweed Invasion

42 days ago
Conservation groups appeals for volunteers to combat knotweed invasion. A BRADFORD conservation group is appealing for volunteers to help destroy an invasive plant growing on the banks of the district's becks and rivers. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Aire Valley Groups Invited to Apply for £500 Boost

Aire Valley Groups Invited to Apply for £500 Boost2 days ago
Aire Valley groups invited to apply for £500 boost. COMMUNITY groups have been urged to apply for a slice of a Bradford Council kitty. Groups from Shipley, Baildon, Wharfedale, Windhill and Wrose, Bingley and Bingley Rural are eligible to apply for community chest grants of up to £500 each. For more information, or for an application form, call Jackie Fawthrop, at Shipley Area... -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Anger at Sheffield Trees Cull

40 days ago
Anger at Sheffield trees cull. Angry Stannington residents say they were given just a few days notice that trees are to be cut down on their streets. -> Read more at The Star

Led Zeppelin Legend Robert Plant to Perform in Hull with New Band

Led Zeppelin Legend Robert Plant to Perform in Hull with New Band32 days ago
Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant to perform in Hull with new band. LEGENDARY Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant is set to perform in Hull in November this year. The rock giant is bringing his new line-up – Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters – to Hull City Hall on Friday, November 14. Tickets for the gig, which starts at 7pm, are now on sale. Fans can expect... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Village Society Opposes Decision to Remove Trees from Historic Saltaire Street

Village Society Opposes Decision to Remove Trees from Historic Saltaire Street45 days ago
Village society opposes decision to remove trees from historic Saltaire street. Saltaire Village Society is opposing Bradford Council's decision to remove all trees from historic Victoria Road as part of £700,000 plans to make the area more pedestrian-friendly. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Calls to Cut Back Overhanging Conisbrough Trees

34 days ago
Calls to cut back overhanging Conisbrough trees. Overgrowing trees are causing an obstruction to pedestrians and drivers on a number of Conisbrough roads, a meeting heard. -> Read more at South Yorkshire Times

Plant Hire Firm Chippindale Puts £2m into New JCB Fleet

Plant Hire Firm Chippindale Puts £2m into New JCB Fleet37 days ago
Plant hire firm Chippindale puts £2m into new JCB fleet. PLANT hire company Chippindale Plant, which has a Keighley depot, is investing more than £2 million in a fleet of equipment from JCB. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Residents' Bid to Save Roadside Trees Facing the Axe

14 days ago
Residents' bid to save roadside trees facing the axe. Residents in Fulwood fear their road will be ‘decimated’ by the chopping down of trees as part of the Streets Ahead road resurfacing project... -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

All Aboard Ghost Train as Groups Join Forces

10 days ago
All aboard Ghost Train as groups join forces. St Matthew’s Theatrical Society in Rastrick is joining forces with Phoenix Players in Batley for its next venture... -> Read more at Brighouse Echo

Trees in Historic Village to be Chopped Down in Controversial Move

Trees in Historic Village to be Chopped Down in Controversial Move49 days ago
Trees in historic village to be chopped down in controversial move. TREES which line an historic street in the village of Saltaire are to be cut down as part of £700,000 plans to make the area safer and more attractive to visitors by creating a centrepiece. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Trees Which Blight Lives of Skipton Residents Can be Felled

Trees Which Blight Lives of Skipton Residents Can be Felled37 days ago
Trees which blight lives of Skipton residents can be felled. SKIPTON residents who say their lives have been blighted by sycamore trees are celebrating after permission was given to chop them down. -> Read more at Craven Herald

Three Gardening-based Groups Celebrate Receiving Grants

Three Gardening-based Groups Celebrate Receiving Grants19 days ago
Three gardening-based groups celebrate receiving grants. Three gardening-based groups in the Bradford district are celebrating after receiving grants to help them grow for the future. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Free Trees for Schools to Commemorate Start of First World War

17 days ago
Free trees for schools to commemorate start of First World War. Schools in West Yorkshire are being given the chance to grow their own history by planting free trees as part of a national campaign to commemorate the centenary of the First World War... -> Read more at Brighouse Echo

Marathon Effort as Bradford Health Support Groups Handed £1,400

Marathon Effort as Bradford Health Support Groups Handed £1,4002 days ago
Marathon effort as Bradford health support groups handed £1,400. BRADFORD'S Breath Easy group has been handed hundreds of pounds to keep up its good work - thanks to marathon efforts from a team of physiotherapists and health workers from Bradford Royal Infirmary. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Community Clean-up Planned in Sheffield Suburb

44 days ago
Community clean-up planned in Sheffield suburb. Police and other organisations and groups working in a Sheffield suburb blighted by litter are to join forces and work with members of the community to clean up the streets. -> Read more at The Star

Planning Panel Says Row of Protected Trees Can be Felled

Planning Panel Says Row of Protected Trees Can be Felled24 days ago
Planning panel says row of protected trees can be felled. A ROW of lime trees protected by preservation orders can be felled, a planning panel has ruled. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Community Groups Get Fundraising Extension

Community Groups Get Fundraising Extension9 days ago
Community groups get fundraising extension. COMMUNITY groups in York and North Yorkshire have been given more time to get their hands on their share of £25,000. -> Read more at York Press

Isle Groups Benefit from Cash Grants

12 days ago
Isle groups benefit from cash grants. Groups, events and individuals in the Isle have benefited from shares of £180,000 Community Grant funding from North Lincolnshire Council... -> Read more at South Yorkshire Times

Cameron and Osborne Visit Wakefield Coca Cola Plant

40 days ago
Cameron and Osborne visit Wakefield Coca Cola plant. The Prime Minister and chancellor of the exchequer visited Coca Cola’s Wakefield bottling plant today... -> Read more at Wakefield Express

VIDEO: Huge Blaze at Sheffield Waste Plant

14 days ago
VIDEO: Huge blaze at Sheffield waste plant. Around 40 firefighters have been tackling a major blaze at a waste management plant in Sheffield this morning. -> Watch at The Star

Blaze Breaks out at Recycling Plant in Sheffield

17 days ago
Blaze breaks out at recycling plant in Sheffield. Firefighters spent four hours dealing with a blaze at a rubber recycling plant in Sheffield this morning.... -> Read more at The Star

Controversial Doncaster Rubbish Plant Gets the Go-ahead

39 days ago
Controversial Doncaster rubbish plant gets the go-ahead. Plans to build a controversial rubbish plant in a Doncaster village have been approved this afternoon... -> Read more at The Star

Man Dies Following Incident at South Yorkshire Wood Recycling Plant

31 days ago
Man dies following incident at South Yorkshire wood recycling plant. A man has died following an incident at a wood recycling plant near Sheffield... -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Bradford Bulls Prop Manase Manuokafoa to Join Widnes Vikings

Bradford Bulls Prop Manase Manuokafoa to Join Widnes Vikings10 days ago
Bradford Bulls prop Manase Manuokafoa to join Widnes Vikings. MANASE Manuokafoa is to leave the Bulls at the end of the season and join Widnes Vikings on a two-year deal. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Community Groups 'are Fantastic'

9 days ago
Community groups 'are fantastic'. Community groups who have saved Sheffield’s threatened libraries have been hailed as ‘fantastic’... -> Read more at The Star