see "Information" for joining details.
Winners in the BWCT July draw can be viewed HERE
Burley commissioned a limited number of souvenir mugs to mark the unique event of The Tour de France coming through Burley; 700 were given to school children within the village.
If you would like to purchase one for yourself then you can view the details HERE.
Car Boot Sales
Burley Cricket Club ground – Gates open 7:30am
- Sunday 03 August
- Sunday 07 September
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
Broadband Update 25 July
The latest update on the situation regarding Area v1 (Sandholme estate) and Area v4 (Main Street) can be viewed under the "Broadband/Latest Updates" tab on the main menu.
Burley Summer Festival
All the events have now been loaded onto the Summer Festival website, and are also entered into the village diary. Both Online and Walk-in bookings have already started - full details on the Summer Festival site.
A list of tasks requiring volunteers is also listed, and any amendments to the programme since it was printed are shown on the 'Updates' page. Enjoy.
Burley Classic Vehicle Show - Registrations
Due to the high level of entries for the show this year pre-registration has now closed.
There will be limited spaces reserved for those who turn up on the day but these will be strictly on a first come, first served basis. Entry passes for those who have already entered the show will be going out shortly.
The Hanging baskets organised and funded by Burley in Wharfedale Community Trust, with help from Burley Parish Council, are now in full bloom hanging from the lamp posts in Main Street and Station Road. We hope that you enjoy this added colour throughout the summer months. If you wish to join the Community Trust as members this can be done online HERE. Every member receives a free entry in to the Monthly prize draw and a series of discount vouchers from local businesses.
Pudding Tree Garden
The Pudding Tree Garden, which is a small triangular garden between the Malt and the Parish church, has now been refurbished by
Burley in Wharfedale Community Trust. We have been helped financially by the owners of the garden, the Percy Dalton Trust and the developers of the Malt. Burley Gardeners’ Association have helped the development of the garden area and the seats have been refurbished by Bruce Speed. Several Trustees have given their time as well to ensure that the garden provides a tranquil corner to spend a quiet moment of reflection. Disabled access has been improved with another entrance being provided and a tarmac path being constructed.
Please feel free to use the garden at your leisure.
BURLEY AND THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918
Using our Burley archive material including press reports and photos from 1914-18, and pages from a scrap book kept by a lady in Burley during that time, the exhibition gives some indication of how Burley reacted to the war.
The Scrapbook is also available to be seen in the library when the archives are open, Tuesday and Friday afternoons, 2.30 to 4.30 p.m.