Grassington 1940`s Weekend with QCP Walking Group

On Saturday 19th September 2015 members of the Queensbury Community Programme Walking Group are going to Grassington to complete a 6 mile walk then visit the Grassington 1940`s  Weekend.

Images from last year’s walk are below.

 

Queensbury Planning 28 July 2015 – Cllr Paul Cromie

 

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Construction of first floor extension to side of property -Stott Hall Farm New House Lane Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 1NP

Ref. No: 15/02390/HOU | Received date: Sun 07 Jun 2015 | Status: Application Granted | Case Type: Planning Application

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Permanent change of use of the ground floor from residential (C3) to mixed use as a childminding business and residential dwelling – 17 Western Place Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 1DU

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Construction of first floor extension to side of property -Stott Hall Farm New House Lane Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 1NP

Ref. No: 15/02390/HOU | Received date: Sun 07 Jun 2015 | Status: Application Granted | Case Type: Planning Application

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Permanent change of use of the ground floor from residential (C3) to mixed use as a childminding business and residential dwelling – 17 Western Place Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 1DU

Ref. No: 15/02320/FUL | Received date: Tue 02 Jun 2015 | Status: Pending Decision | Case Type: Planning Application

Tesco Foodbank Collection

 

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From: DAVID LIGHTFOOT <lightfoot1234@virginmedia.com

Subject: Tesco Foodbank Collection

Stuart,

Can you put this thank you onto the Queensbury Village Web site please.

“The Foodbank collection held in our local Tesco store in Queensbury earlier this month was a resounding success once again. Thanks to both the generosity of our customers and the willingness of a brilliant band of volunteers from across our community the donations of food was enough to supply 4120 meals. This total beat both the last two collections, which in themselves were excellent, put together. We now look forward to the next collection which will be held in early December”. 

Pictured below with Store Manager Steve Dawson are firstly Joan Shepherd and Lynda Cromie and Sue Tindall and Margaret Broadbent who are, amongst many, collection Stalwarts.

Tesco wishes to thank everyone who helped, as well of course, to all those who contributed.

Kindest wishes,

David Lightfoot M.B.E.

Community Champion.

Jive Classes

Hello There,

Just a quick email to remind you of some upcoming JIVE CLASS events.

TUESDAY JULY 21st 2015

Sue Record Hop Social at the King Cross W.M.C. Warley Road, Halifax HX1 3SU

Doors open at 7.30pm First Stroll at 8pm. £3 door entry.

All your favourite Jive music at Sue’s legendary end of course social event.

WEDNESDAY JULY 22nd 2015

The Sandbeds Jive  record social dance at the Octagonlive, Bradford Road, Sandbeds ( near Keighley ) BD20 5LY

Doors Open at 7.30pm First Stroll at 8pm. £4.00 door entry

Music played all night by DJ-65000. Over 1,000 1940’s and 1950’s jive music tracks in the computer.

Both nights are very enjoyable social events with the emphasis on good dancing music.

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TUESDAY AUGUST 4th 2015 at KING CROSS W.M.C. Warley Road, Halifax HX1 3SU

WEDNSEDAY AUGUST 5th 2015 at The OctagonLive, Bradford Road, Sanbeds ( near Keighley ) BD20 5LY

On both these nights the next 8 week long course of Beginners and Intermediates level jive classes start.

If you know of anyone who is wanting to learn to Jive please pass on this information. For any of you dancers out there reading this wanting to add some new moves to your repertoire, come along to the Intermediates class on either night.

For more information contact Sue on 07771 863283 or Nigel on 07745 117619 or go to our website at www.jiveclass.co.uk

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SATURDAY SEPT 12th 2015           THE SEPTEMBER JIVE

A full dance event with JUMP JIVE & WAIL playing live on the night and full DJ support at the Octagonlive, Bradford Road, Sandbeds ( near Keighley ) BD20 5LY

An excellent venue with large dance floor area and very reasonable bar prices, also good parking facilities.

A ticket only event – £10 each.  Doors open at 7.30pm – First Stroll at 8pm.

Tickets can be obtained direct from the Octagonlive or at any of the Tuesday or Wednesday night dance classes.

Contact Sue or Nigel on the numbers above if you want to order your tickets by post.

That is all for now – Keep On Jiving!

Kind Regards – JIVE CLASS ( Nigel & Sue )

Queensbury Planning – 9 July 2015 – Cllr Paul Cromie

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Submisssion of details to comply with condtions 4 and 6 of planning permission 14/01954/FUL dated 03/07/2014. Demolition of existing garage and construction of detached dwelling. – Land And Buildings West Of 62 Thornton Road Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire

Ref. No: 14/01954/SUB01 | Received date: Fri 03 Jul 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

Barn conversion to 3 no dwellings – Long Shaw Farm Paw Lane Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 2LE

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Construction of side extension with 3.0m projection from rear elevation – 27 Uplands Grove Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 1EW

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Penyghent – Sunday 12th July 2015 with Queensbury Community Programme Walking Group

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On Sunday 12th July 2015, members of the Queensbury Community Programme Walking Group are going for a walk in the Yorkshire Dales. We are joining people who are preparing for their trek in Sri Lanka in November. Their trek is in support of Marie Curie, and this Dales walk is not a fund raising event. The walk will commence at the small hamlet of Helwith Bridge, then up a track to the slopes of Penyghent. Then the climb to the summit of Penyghent for fantastic all round views. Then we have the descent via Hull Pot, a vast hole in the ground. Followed by a walk down the track into Horton in Ribblesdale where there are toilets a café and pubs. After a break we follow the River Ribble using paths at its side, then back to our starting point, where we may visit the Helwith Bridge Inn for a well-earned soft drink or something stronger for the none drivers. We use car share for the journey to keep the cost down. Final details of the start time have yet to be arranged, but it will be somewhere in the region of 8 to 9.00 am. We will arrive back in Queensbury between 5.00 to 6.00 pm. Further details can be obtained from Stuart Walker 078 1520 1650. Why not join us and see what we do? All welcome. 9.5 miles with 530 metres of ascent. All of the climb is in the first 3 miles.preparing for their trek in Sri Lanka in November. Their trek is in support of Marie Curie, and this Dales walk is not a fund raising event. The walk will commence at the small hamlet of Helwith Bridge, then up a track to the slopes of Penyghent. Then the climb to the summit of Penyghent for fantastic all round views. Then we have the descent via Hull Pot, a vast hole in the ground. Followed by a walk down the track into Horton in Ribblesdale where there are toilets a café and pubs. After a break we follow the River Ribble using paths at its side, then back to our starting point, where we may visit the Helwith Bridge Inn for a well-earned soft drink or something stronger for the none drivers. We use car share for the journey to keep the cost down. Final details of the start time have yet to be arranged, but it will be somewhere in the region of 8 to 9.00 am. We will arrive back in Queensbury between 5.00 to 6.00 pm. Further details can be obtained from Stuart Walker 078 1520 1650. Why not join us and see what we do? All welcome. 9.5 miles with 530 metres of ascent. All of the climb is in the first 3 miles.preparing for their trek in Sri Lanka in November. Their trek is in support of Marie Curie, and this Dales walk is not a fund raising event. The walk will commence at the small hamlet of Helwith Bridge, then up a track to the slopes of Penyghent. Then the climb to the summit of Penyghent for fantastic all round views. Then we have the descent via Hull Pot, a vast hole in the ground. Followed by a walk down the track into Horton in Ribblesdale where there are toilets a café and pubs. After a break we follow the River Ribble using paths at its side, then back to our starting point, where we may visit the Helwith Bridge Inn for a well-earned soft drink or something stronger for the none drivers. We use car share for the journey to keep the cost down. Final details of the start time have yet to be arranged, but it will be somewhere in the region of 8 to 9.00 am. We will arrive back in Queensbury between 5.00 to 6.00 pm. Further details can be obtained from Stuart Walker 078 1520 1650. Why not join us and see what we do? All welcome. 9.5 miles with 530 metres of ascent. All of the climb is in the first 3 miles.On Sunday 12th July 2015, members of the Queensbury Community Programme Walking Group are going for a walk in the Yorkshire Dales. We are joining people who are preparing for their trek in Sri Lanka in November. Their trek is in support of Marie Curie, and this Dales walk is not a fund raising event.

The walk will commence at the small hamlet of Helwith Bridge, then up a track to the slopes of Penyghent. Then the climb to the summit of Penyghent for fantastic all round views.

Then we have the descent via Hull Pot, a vast hole in the ground. Followed by a walk down the track into Horton in Ribblesdale where there are toilets a café and pubs.

After a break we follow the River Ribble using paths at its side, then back to our starting point, where we may visit the Helwith Bridge Inn for a well-earned soft drink or something stronger for the none drivers.

We use car share for the journey to keep the cost down.

We will meet near the Ford Hill News Agent at 9.00 am. Using as few cars as possible we will travel to Helwith Bridge. We will arrive back in Queensbury between 5.00 to 6.00 pm.

Further details can be obtained from Stuart Walker 078 1520 1650.

Why not join us and see what we do? All welcome even if you do not have a car. We just need to know numbers in advance so we have enough cars.

The walk is 9.5 miles, with 530 metres of ascent. All of the climb is in the first 3 miles.

 

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Queensbury Planning 7 July 2015 – Cllr Paul cromie

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Non-material amendment to planning approval 10/02013/HOU dated 17/06/2010: Single-storey extension side and rear, loft conversion with dormer windows to rear and garage to rear of garden – 21 Parkside Avenue Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 2HQ

Ref. No: 10/02013/NMA01 | Received date: Thu 25 Jun 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

Construction of detached dwelling within curtilige – Lawhill Farm Pit Lane Thornton Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 1NB

Ref. No: 15/02755/FUL | Received date: Mon 29 Jun 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application