see "Information" for joining details.
Parish Council website
Winners in the BWCT MARCH 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)
- 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
Political Hustings in Burley - Mon 20 April
St Mary’s Church, Burley, on behalf of Churches Together in Burley and Menston warmly invite anyone in our communities to a hustings for candidates campaigning in the Shipley Constituency for the forthcoming election. We have representatives from the Conservative, Labour, Green and Yorkshire First parties currently attending. This is a great way of meeting and hearing from all our candidates in one place and an opportunity to question them on issues of local and national importance. The meeting will be held at St Mary’s Parish Church at 7:30pm on Monday 20th April.
Charity Concert - Fri 24 April
Burley Probus Club Charity Concert with WW1 theme marking the centenary of the disastrous Gallipoli Campaign.
Full details available HERE.
Burley Trojan Juniors Fun Day - Sat 25 April
The Juniors Club was founded in 1985 and to mark this occasion they are holding a family fun day with the main attraction being a commemorative match of the original 1985 team versus the clubs current under 17's team. There will also be a BBQ, bar, teas and coffees, and games for the children.
The event is on Saturday 28th April from 1pm to 6pm at Scalebor Park playing fields. No entrance fee, but donations on the day will be appreciated with all proceeds going to the club to enable them to continue for another 30 years!!
Tour de Yorkshire (Burley Woodhead)
On Sunday 03 May Stage 3 of the Tour de Yorkshire will depart from Wakefield on its way to the finish in Leeds. The route includes Ilkley- the Cow & Calf - Burley Woodhead - Menston and Otley.
More details HERE.
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.