Neighbourhood news May 5th

Neighbourhood Plan: There are only two days left in which to make your views known on the final draft of Bradley’s Neighbourhood Plan. It is available to view at bradley village.org/nhp and the consultation period will end at 5pm on Saturday. Printed copies are also available to view at the village hall, between 2pm and 5pm on Saturday and at The Methodist Chapel, St Mary’s Church, the Slater’s Arms and the village store during normal opening hours. Please submit written comments using the online comment form or print and return the representation form either by post to The Village Store, 5-6 Rose Terrace, Bradley BD20 9DP (marking your envelope ‘NDP’) or by hand to the ballot box in the village store. You can also email your comments to nhp@bradley village.org.

Coffee morning: Everyone is welcome at the Methodist Church coffee morning on Saturday from 10am to 11.30am in the church hall.

Women’s Institute: Bradley Women’s Institute will hold a Chilli Night at 6pm on Monday. Members will serve chilli con carne with rice, followed by homemade cake with tea or coffee for £5. Tickets are available from the village store. April’s meeting was a presentation given by the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and was attended by 27 members and one guest. The WI is going to maintain the raised flower beds in the seating area by the canal and would appreciate any spare plants.

Film Club: The Film Club will show Jurassic World (12) in the school hall at 6pm on Monday. Admission is free.

Methodist Church: The next Messy Church will be held on Sunday, May 15, between 3pm and 5pm. This year’s charity concert will be held on Saturday, June 18.

Fitness classes: Fitness classes are held in the village Hall on a Wednesday; from 6.30pm to 7.30pm for ladies and from 7.30pm to 8.30pm for men. For more information, email liv@livlife fitness.co.uk.

School news: Class 5 (Grassington class) enjoyed a visit to Crucial Crew, at which Cameron and Jenson won first and third prize respectively in the poster competition.

Full article at the Craven Herald

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