Burley Village Website
Winners in the BWCT WINTER draw can be viewed HERE
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Opening hours from 01 April:
Mondays & Tuesdays: 10am to 5pm
Thursdays: 1pm to 6pm
Fridays: 2pm to 5pm
(Village Archives open Fridays 2:30-4:30pm)
Saturdays: 10am to 1pm
Car Boot Sales
Held Sundays in the grounds of Burley Cricket Club (gates open 7:30am):
- 21 May
- 18 June
- 16 July
- 10 September
Parish Council website
Library Plans: Save Our Library Site
Outline plans for the current library site were displayed in the Salem Church Hall on Saturday 8th April.
Over 250 people viewed the display during the day and most were enthusiastic about the proposed changes to the building and the concept of keeping BOTH the library site which would include the library and community centre, and the Queens Hall as community facilities. With future expansion of the village BOTH are considered necessary.
For those who were unable to attend the display details of the proposed plans for the library site are HERE.
If you wish to comment on these or have any queries please email email@example.com
New Cricket Pitch for Junior Cricket at Scalebor Park
A new all-weather cricket pitch has been installed by specialist contractors at Scalebor Park. This is to be used exclusively for junior cricketers from Burley Cricket Club (under 9 and 11).
This project will enable the cricket club to provide additional facilities for junior cricket including changing rooms etc. It has been jointly funded by Burley in Wharfedale Community Trust and Burley Cricket Club with some help from Burley Parish Council.
If you require further information on junior cricket including a new provision for 5 to 8 year olds (boys and girls) please contact Dave Cooper (who is director of cricket) on firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 Scarecrow Theme
After some discussion the theme chosen for this year's Scarecrow Trail during Burley's Summer Festival is the most favoured one:
Tour de Yorkshire to pass through Burley
Stage 3: Sunday 30th April 2017: Bradford to Fox Valley, Sheffield
Total stage length: 194.5km
8 King of the Mountain Climbs: Silsden, Haworth, Leeming, Shibden Wall, Deepcar, Wigtwizzle, Ewden Height & Midhopestones
2 Sprints: Brighouse & Stocksbridge.
On Stage Three the riders roll out of City Park in Bradford and take in Salts Mill before the start flag is lowered. The action then briefly joins the 2014 Tour de France route at Burley-in-Wharfedale before passing into the Yorkshire Dales.
Burley Classic Vehicle Show
Initial announcement of the Classic Vehicle Show for this year - nine separate classes and application forms available now, with a restriction of only (only?) 330 vehicles. See www.burleyclassicshow.org for details.