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The Local Leader Magazine Home About Us Advertising Advertisement Artwork Deadlines Web Design Services Contact Us Latest Issues Archive: 2012 issues Submissions Comments Posts Advertisers Animals Business Community Charities Groups Local Days Out Schools Uniformed Organisations Worship Events Fun Stuff Competitions Editor's Choice Kids Quizzes History Interviews Letters Editor's Letter Lifestyle Beauty & Fashion Crafts & Hobbies Food & Drink Gardening Tomorrow's World Walks Noticeboard Sports Your Stories Fiction Featured Articles Tour de Yorkshire joy for North & East Yorkshire! Over the past two days, North and East Yorkshire have played host to, what is becoming, one of the best cycling races around. On Day 1 (Friday), riders raced from Bridlington to Scarborough before Day 2 took them from Selby to overwhelming crowds in York. The TdY has done wonders for our beautiful county already […] Continue Reading The 56: Moving, emotional yet a fitting reminder of the fire “Nobody dies at football matches in fires. It doesn’t happen.” “The 56” is a production aimed at retelling the stories of survivors, their relatives and members of the emergency services, from the darkest day in Bradford’s history – the City fire of 11 May 1985 that killed 56 football fans. We went to see the […] Continue Reading The end of an era, Mr Bingley? As Bingley finally frees itself, both literally and figuratively, from the shadow cast by the old Bradford and Bingley building, Lisa Firth reflects on the site’s past – and its future. Love it or hate it, the concrete monster that until recently loomed over Bingley is enmeshed with the town’s history and identity. Dominating the […] Continue Reading BIGGEST FA CUP SHOCK OF ALL TIME! Jake Verity looks at Bradford City’s greatest day as they overturned a defeat into a spectacular 4-2 win against Chelsea. All photography courtesy of Thomas Gadd Photography. BRADFORD CITY IN BIGGEST FA CUP SHOCK OF ALL TIME! Mass Euphoria. That’s a simple term to define the Shed End when Jon Stead found the top corner. Utter […] Continue Reading The lost traditions of Christmas Many ancient festive customs, such as lighting the yule log and going out carolling, still exist. Others, however, have disappeared into the mists of time. Continue Reading Community News REVEALED: Candidates standing in Bradford local elections The list of candidates standing in this year’s local elections in Bradford has been announced by the council. Over 100 candidates are vying for your votes across Bradford’s 30 wards. See below for candidates standing in your ward. To find out which ward you live in, find out here: Baildon Name of Candidate […] WIN PREMIUM TICKETS TO BML 2015! The Local Leader Magazine has teamed up exclusively with the organisers of Bingley Music Live to offer one lucky person a pair of weekend tickets to this year’s festival to be held in the town’s Myrtle Park from 4-6 Sept 2015. BUT…. they aren’t just any tickets! The package includes two weekend tickets, with backstage […] BRADFORD BUS STRIKE TO GO AHEAD – THOUSANDS TO BE AFFECTED A district wide strike will take place next week amid a dispute between city bus drivers and their bosses. 380 First Bus drivers, who are members of the Unite Union in Bradford, will walk out on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th April. They accuse First Bus of running the bus depot down with the intention […] PAW PRINTS OPEN DAY SUCCESS AT EASTER WEEKEND By Adele Boocock-Crabtree “Many of you will not have heard of Paw Prints Cat Rescue, and that is something we are trying to change”, says Adele Boocock-Crabtree, one of the many volunteers for Paw Prints Cat Rescue. The rescue has been open since 2012 and was founded by Elaine Rodgers. Over the past year or […] Animals Out and about with the RSPB Guided walk to Low Wood, Riddlesden. By Eleanor Stoyles. RSPCA pets of the month: Pearl, Ariel and Gabriella This month, the RSPCA have three adorable gerbils to rehome. Misty’s story Read the story of Misty, a cat who ends up in a shelter when her owner dies, in her own words. Greyhound summer A fabulous time for Sheffield Retired Greyhounds. Past Times Putting on the Bradford Ritz! James looks back at the history of the Ritz cinema on Broadway (later the Cannon and ABC), from its opening to its sad end and demolition. The Ritz is one of the most fondly remembered cinemas in the Bradford city centre, attracting a lot of attention from the Bradford public throughout its life. The cinema […] The tale of Joseph Wright: from donkey boy to don By Lisa Firth Beginning work as a lowly donkey boy at the age of six, Joseph Wright was an unlettered Thackley millhand who could barely read a newspaper until he was 15. But life changed for the young man when he started work at Salts Mill in Saltaire. With access to the free schooling Sir […] We built this city on department stores! In the 20th century, Bradfordians were in love with a certain type of shopping outlet – the department store! Bradford’s first opened in 1814 with the final one closing in 1995. But what brought the beloved British institution to the high streets of Bradford and what is the story behind them?If you mention a department […] Merrie Wilsden Astrid Hansen recalls one of the earliest modern Wilsden Galas, held in 1973. Event News Bradford fire disaster play to raise funds for Burns Unit An award-winning play, which will be performed in Bradford this week on its tour, will pay homage to the lives lost in the Valley Parade tragedy three decades ago. And the student theatre company behind the show “The 56”, named after the fifty-six spectators who lost their lives in the fire, are hoping to achieve […] A Day at the Grandest of Departs! By local journalist, Brogan Cope, who has kindly written for us on her experiences of the day that showed off our fantastic county to the entire world! On Saturday the 5th of July something incredible happened to Yorkshire, Le Tour De France came and grabbed the attention of thousands of people –not just from Yorkshire, […] Local girls fundraise for World Challenge Four girls from Baildon are currently fundraising for a World Challenge event in which they will be taking part in activities in Thailand and Laos. Alice Copland, Eleanor Piotrowicz, Maddie Aust and Emma Fitzpatrick are planning to carry out an expedition across the Asian countries where they will be trekking, brick laying in a schooling […] Art at Cottingley Cornerstone This November, the community centre is staging an art exhibition. Lifestyle St Ives fungus walk Thanks to Kath Gabbitas of Friends of St Ives for sending in these piccies of their recent fungi walk. Find out more at Yorkshire parkin Recipe supplied by Adele at Made 2 Measure Catering: telephone 07801 270703. Carrot cake Recipe supplied by Adele at Made 2 Measure Catering: telephone 07801 270703. Rodley Reserve bird walk RSPB Airedale & Bradford started the n... Whois


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