Bradley Show: The newly extended Bradley Show, to be held on September 3 and 4, needs your support. There are a variety of roles including programme secretary, raffle secretary, poultry steward, duck race organiser, first aider and gate stewards. If you are able to help please add your name to the list of jobs, which is at the village store. New for this year will be a fun dog show and the show classes will be open to everyone.
Telephone mast: Tomorrow is the closing date for submitting comments on the 60-ft high telephone mast planned for a site between the canal and the A629 south of Ings Lane. It will be partly screened by trees to a height of about 20 feet. To comment, contact Craven District Council’s Development Control Services, 1 Belle Vue Square, Broughton Road, Skipton, BD23 1FJ, or visit planning.cravendc.gov.uk, quoting the planning reference no 11/2016/16891.
Summer concert: Bradley Methodist Church will hold a charity concert next Saturday, June 18, at 7pm in the schoolroom. There will be a variety of local performers, including the school, musicians from the village and members of Skipton Amateur Theatre Group. Tickets are available from Bradley School, the village shop or on the door. Cancer Research UK and March For Mangoes, set up to support the Kambe Timboni Community in Kenya will benefit from the proceeds.
Yoga: Sue Hartley runs a yoga class in the village hall on Tuesdays from 7.15pm to 8.15pm and Ann Berry has a Friday session from 10am to 11.15am. Participants are asked to bring a yoga/exercise mat if possible.
Full article at the Craven Herald