From Keighley News, June 26th, 2018
Written by Alistair Shand
A TEA party is being staged in Keighley on Saturday to mark 100 years since women – and working-class men – got the vote. The event – in the Airedale Shopping Centre, from noon to 2pm – is being hosted by Keighley MP John Grogan and town mayor Councillor Fulzar Ahmed.
From Keighley News, June 18th, 2018
Written by Sports Desk
STEETON AFC have received backing from the town's MP as they embark on the first rung of the non-league football ladder. Promoted from the West Riding County Amateur League, the club begins next season in the semi-professional Hallmark Security League Division One North (North West Counties). The club has secured a pitch-sharing agreement with Keighley Cougars rugby league club and will play all home games at the Cougar Park Stadium. It is a big move for the club and heralds the establishment of a semi-professional football club for Keighley, something the town’s football-loving public have been crying out for.
From Keighley News, June 13th, 2018
Written by Miran Rahman
A NEW incinerator tax should be brought in to discourage this type of "unwanted" waste disposal, according to Keighley's MP. The call was made by John Grogan in the House of Commons, when he addressed Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Mr Grogan asked: "Given the recent report that indicated there is an excess of incineration capacity in the United Kingdom, which is discouraging recycling, is there not a case now for a tax on incineration, or even a moratorium on new incinerators?"
From Keighley News, June 11th, 2018
Written by David Knights
LOCAL businesses will have the ear of key decision-makers at a special event organised by Keighley MP John Grogan. The Keighley Economic Forum will take place at Keighley College on Friday, June 21, and will be free to attend for people from new or existing businesses. Mr Grogan described Keighley as a "magnificent place with huge potential", but said there was a need for debate on how the town could be positively promoted as a great place to live, work and do business. Keighley College principal Colin Booth said he was delighted to be hosting the economic seminar.