Daily Archives: May 3, 2017


“Safe Pass” scheme launched in Leeds to protect cyclists

By Emily Middleton A new “Safe Pass” scheme has been launched in Leeds today (Wednesday 3 May) aiming to protect cyclists. Plain clothed officers will be on proactive pedal patrol from today on the city’s busiest roads in order to identify motorists who pass by cyclists too close for comfort, fail to give way at…


How Horsforth Residents Feel About GP Waiting Times

By Bridie Cleaver & Sumayyah Bhatti Has the waiting time in GP surgeries in Horsforth  improved? According to statistics from NHS, on average only 87 per cent of the patients in Horsforth are satisfied with the quality of care and attention they receive from their local doctor’s surgery. After speaking to members of the public…


Deadly drugs claim 43-year-old male.

By Josh Atherton A man died in Fitzwilliam after what police believe to be a drugs related incident – prompting police to warn drug users of contaminated heroin being sold in West Yorkshire. Paramedics were called to the house on Newstead Avenue at 2.30pm on Sunday April 30 after he was found, but he died…


The Shaymen Look to Conquer Salford in Tonight’s Play-Offs

By Thomas Reyer Tonight sees FC Halifax Town face Salford City in the first leg of the National League North play-offs. Halifax and Salford finished third and fourth respectively in the league, meaning that they face each other in one half of the play-offs. Kidderminster finished second and Chorley came sixth, therefore they are contesting…


Date announced for reopening of Horsforth Art Society

Horsforth Art Society has announced it will reopen to the public on Saturday after a long period of closure due to essential repair to the original roof. The art society has been based at Black Lane, Horsforth, since it was founded in 1959. The reopening programme will include an exhibition with a private show of…


Newlove takes Bradford to new heights

By Josh Atherton Bradford University secured the league title of the Northern 5D league thanks to an astounding 17 goals in 15 games from talisman Robert Newlove. Newlove was an ever present figure of the title winning side as well as being the only first year to be in the team. Speaking about being the…

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