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Keighley courthouse to go up for auction

The former county courthouse on North Street in Keighley town centre is due to be auctioned next month by auctioneer Pugh, as part of a sale of more than 100 properties and plots of land. The court building, which was built in 1831 and finally closed in 2012, has remained empty

AWB Charlesworth receive Dementia Friendly Keighley Recognition Award

AWB Charlesworth Solicitors of Keighley, Skipton, Bradford and Bingley has been awarded the Dementia Friendly Keighley Dementia Recognition Award and Symbol. Dementia Friendly Keighley is playing a vital role in creating such a supportive community and awareness of dementia, by working towards becoming a dementia friendly community. Volunteers from the group have

Luminate Education Group welcomes two new principals

Luminate Education Group has welcomed two new principals, Steve Kelly and Danny Wild, to the organisation. Steve took over from Keighley College’s former principal, Heather Whitehead, in September. Mr Kelly, who has worked in the FE sector for 30 years in a number of settings, including colleges, adult and community settings and

Shut Yorkshire pub gets new lease of life as a convenience store

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has sold the Junction Inn, a closed pub in Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire, to experienced retail operators who plan to convert the property into a convenience store, with funding secured through specialist commercial finance broker, Christie Finance. The property, which sits in a residential area

Donated stairlift sees “life changing” results for Edinburgh patient

A 72-year-old woman no longer has to face desperately crawling up the stairs on all-fours thanks to the donation of a “life-changing” stairlift. Leading UK manufacturer, Acorn Stairlifts, installs up to 60 stairlifts per year free of charge across the country as part of its ongoing partnership with Marie Curie, giving

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