The team at Bristol Street Motors Keighley Vauxhall is celebrating after a colleague was named ‘Parts Manager of the Year.’ Mark Pickles, who has worked at the dealership for nearly 30 years, received the award at Vertu Motors’ annual CEO awards, held at the luxurious Kilworth Hall in Leicestershire, in recognition of his excellent performance over the last 12 months.
Police investigating the death of an elderly man in Keighley have released images of two vehicles they would like to trace in connection with their enquiries. Both cars were travelling along Lawkholme Lane at about 1.08pm on Thursday, 15 February – around the same time as an 81-year-old man came off his mobility scooter and suffered fatal head injuries.
Long Lee Primary School has been praised as being good in all areas, in a recent Ofsted report.
The leadership and management; teaching and learning; personal development; behaviour and welfare of pupils; the school’s results and early years provision at Long Lee Primary have all been rated as good by inspectors from being judged as requiring improvement two years ago.
Police are investigating a report of a distressed woman shouting ‘help’ from a vehicle. The woman, who is thought to have been in her late teens or early twenties, was seen getting into a silver or white people carrier style close to the post office in Central Drive at about 7.30pm, last Friday.
Police, Trading Standards and licensing officers seized illicit goods from Keighey shops last week. Officers assisted Trading standards in searching the premises for counterfeit tobacco, cigarettes and ensuring licenses were up to date.
Keighley’s top cop has backed his bobbies’ Twittering after One Director star Louis Tomlinson blasted a local PCSO for Tweeting about a drugs bust. PCSO Sam Hollings tweeted about eagle-eyed officers finding a cannabis farm down Beechliffe after spotting the terrace had no snow on its roof.
Cops raided a heated cannabis farm after spotting the roof of the terraced house was the only one not covered in snow. The drugs factory growing more than 280 plants was such a high temperature and smelled so strongly of weed that officers easily identified the property.