see "Information" for joining details.
Broadband Update 14 August
The latest update on the FTTP situation regarding Areas v1, v2, v3 and v4 can be viewed under the Broadband Update page on the main menu (or HERE).
Winners in the BWCT September 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
Burley Scouts and Guides bonfire will be on Saturday 08 November, near to the Scout Hut at the bottom of Peel Place.
It starts at 6pm and the bonfire will be lit at 7pm, followed by fireworks at 7:30pm.
We've started to compile a series of slideshows from the photos already received over the last few days, 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.
Burley Classic Vehicle Show
We've started a new photo gallery, and already have some photos of both the Steam Rally and the Classic Vehicle Show.
To view them, along with other photos received over the last few days, either click the "Summer Festival" button on the menu or just click HERE.
Ilkley & District Good Neighbours Annual OVER-90’s PARTY
On 27 September 2014 Ilkley & District Good Neighbours will once again be hosting a party for men and women aged 90 and over. The party will be held in the Clarke Foley Centre, Cunliffe Road, Ilkley from 2.00pm to 4.00pm and free transport can be provided. Partners/escorts of those who are less mobile will also be welcome.
See village Diary for more information.
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.