see "Information" for joining details.
Parish Council website
Winners in the BWCT JUNE draw can be viewed HERE
The library is open during the following hours:
- Mondays & Thursdays:
9:30 am to 7 pm
(Scrabble on Monday mornings)
- Tuesdays & Fridays:
2:30 pm to 5 pm
(Village Archives open Fridays 2:30-4:30pm)
- Saturdays: 9:30 am to 4 pm
The Roundhouse is available for hire to local groups and organisations from £5 per hour - To hire, contact Niccola Swan on 863826, email email@example.com
Burley-in-Wharfedale Community Trust (BWCT) Membership
Membership subscriptions for BWCT are now due for 2015. We would like to thank all those who supported the Trust during the past year and to encourage new members to join. The Trust is a charity run by volunteers. It looks after and maintains a variety of assets and gardens in the Village as well as organizing the Duck Race, Hanging Baskets and Christmas Lights.
Please join for 2015/16 (£10 individuals, £15 families). Online subscriptions can be made HERE or by sending a cheque to: John Grimshaw 1 Hopps Barn, Back Lane, Burley in Wharfedale LS29 7ED.
Neighbourhood Forum - Thursday 16 July
7pm to 8:30pm Queens Hall, Main Street
1. Welcome and Introductions
2. Meet the Neighbourhood Policing Team: Wharfedale Neighbourhood Policing Team will talk about their work and listen to your concerns and suggestions
3. Traffic and Highways: Simon D’Vali, Principal Highways Engineer, will update on current developments and plans
4. Community Development: Lucy Maddison with news of some initiatives including Dementia Friendly Burley
5. Future Upper School Admissions: Bradford Council Education Department will be in attendance to give information and answer questions
6. Open Forum: Your chance to raise any other ideas, concerns and issues
7. Parish Council Items: To include, Wharfedale Greenway update, Neighbourhood Plan, Supporting Bradford by funding services and a chance to ask questions about the activities of the Parish Council
We've now started a collection of amazing aerial photos very kindly provided by David Bond, a resident of the village.
The photos were taken using a small unmanned remote-controlled multi-rotor helicopter, fitted with a camera.
Hopefully we will be adding to this initial collection in the near future - meanwhile, take a look at the first collection HERE.
We've started to compile a series of slideshows from the photos already received and will continue to build on them as we obtain more photos from you.
If you want to have your photos displayed then there are several ways that you can get them to us - they're shown on the menu of the new Burley Photo Gallery. Here's the page.
The same page has a drop-down menu showing the slideshows already created.