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From Ilkley Gazette, February 13th, 2018
Written by Annette McIntyre

ILKLEY people are being urged to put waste in its place by taking part in a litter-picking weekend. Organisers of the three-day clean up are hoping it will lead to a regular programme of activity to help keep the town tidy. Ilkley Parish Council is working in partnership with Bradford Council and in conjunction with the area's MP John Grogan to organise the initiative.

From Keighley News, February 12th, 2018
Written by Miran Rahman

THE people behind plans to develop a private cemetery near Keighley Tarn have been invited to a meeting by Keighley's MP. John Grogan said he intends this meeting, which he also wants councillors and faith leaders to attend, to be in the first week of April. He added that he wants to see "improved communications" between the owners of the development site and nearby residents.


From Keighley News, February 8th, 2018
Written by Alistair Shand

CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to fight on despite a ruling in favour of Bradford Council over a hugely controversial waste-to-energy incinerator scheme. Battlers against the project claimed the council's decision to approve the planning application had been flawed.And the issue went before a two-day judicial review in Leeds last month.But today, a Judge gave the verdict in favour of the council. 

From Ilkley Gazette, February 7th, 2018
Written by Jack Simpson

ILKLEY Town Football Club have officially opened their new 3G pitch. Bradford City legend John Hendrie and Keighley MP John Grogan were the among the guests for the ceremony on Sunday.