A MASSIVE thank you to everyone at Queensbury, Gt Horton, Peel and Buttershaw stores for voting for QCP’s new project. The grant will enable us to help local people with their digital devices, give 1:1 support in small friendly classes, help older people connect and stay safe online in the digital age.
I’m Zbig a songwriter and guitarist living in Queensbury Bradford with my family. I’m writing and performing songs based on my interest in history and placing them in a modern social context reflecting the times we live in. I’ve been performing at charity and family events and in Yorkshire’s Folk Clubs mainly the Topic Folk Club in Bradford and Otley Folk Club .
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Below is a submission from Sandale re the strengths of the main submissions etc. Below these notes are notes on how to actually comment.On behalf of the Sandale Trust I am putting in general comments regarding all major submissions that have an impact on South Bradford.
For the past few years Staff at Tesco in Queensbury have collected donations of new toys to give to poorly Children in the Calderdale Royal Hospital as Christmas presents.
This year there was an unprecedented response to the appeal and yesterday Santa Claus, along with one of his Elves visited CRH delivering 6 full royal Mail sack of toys for the sick children, some of whom will spend Christmas on the ward due to the severity of their illnesses. Tesco Community Champion said that “Santa was absolutely amazed at the generosity of the customers and staff of Tesco in Queensbury who responded to the appeal in such a massive way. It shows the Christmas spirit lives on in Queensbury and the donors should be proud of themselves.” He went on to say that “the staff at the hospital made Santa very welcome and let him visit some of the children and sit with them and had photos taken with them, others were too poorly. He also sang the praises of the staff on the ward who do an incredible job keeping the spirits of the children up at this time of year as well, of course, as making them better.