BRADFORD SOUTH AREA CO-ORDINATOR’S OFFICE
3rd Floor, Jacob’s Well, Bradford, BD1 5RW
Queensbury Ward Partnership
On Tuesday 10th March 2015 at 7.00pm at
Holy Trinity Church, West End, Queensbury, BD13 2AD
Single storey classroom extension to rear of school – Shibden Head Primary School Hainsworth Moor Grove Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 2ND
Ref. No: 15/01641/FUL | Received date: Wed 22 Apr 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
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Céilidhs are still an important and popular social outlet in rural parts of Ireland and Scotland, especially in the Gaelic-speaking regions. Céilidhs are sometimes held on a smaller scale in private or public houses, for example in remote rural hinterlands and during busy festivals.
Céilidh music may be provided by an assortment of fiddle, flute, tin whistle, accordion, bodhrán, and in more recent times also drums, guitar and electric bass guitar. The music is cheerful and lively, and the basic steps can be learned easily; a short instructional session will be provided for new dancers before the start of the dance itself.
Dancing at Céilidhs is usually in the form of Céilidh dances, set dances or couple dances. A “Set” consists of six to eight couples, with each pair of couples facing another in a square or rectangular formation. Each couple exchanges position with the facing couple, and also facing couples exchange partners, while all the time keeping in step with the beat of the music.
However, about half of the dances in the modern Céilidh are couple dances performed in a ring. These can be performed by fixed couples or in the more sociable “progressive” manner, with the lady moving to the next gentleman in the ring at or near the end of each repetition of the steps.
They are fun, you meet new friends and you don’t have to worry about taking the wrong turn. Everyone is the same in getting it wrong sometimes and laughing a lot. A great evening’s entertainment. Let the children show you how it should be done. They learn the steps very quickly.
First floor rear extension above existing and first floor side window (as amended with side window showing clear glazing) – 15 Peregrine Way Bradford West Yorkshire BD6 3YA
Ref. No: 15/00972/HOU | Received date: Fri 13 Mar 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
Residential development of 5 detached dwellings – 133 Highgate Road Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 1DJ
Ref. No: 15/01478/OUT | Received date: Tue 14 Apr 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
T1 Sycamore – reduce over extended limb over the neighbouring property by 2m giving overall length of 6m. T2 Ash – reduce east side by 2m T3 Ash – fell – Springfield House Stocks Lane Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 2RJ
Ref. No: 15/01616/TPO | Received date: Tue 21 Apr 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
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Ground mounted solar array and inverter building – Parkinson Spencer Refractories Ltd School Cote Brow Roper Lane Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire
Ref. No: 15/01441/FUL | Received date: Mon 13 Apr 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
Change of use to professional services i.e health/cosmetic clinic, rebuild of single storey rear extension and construction of two storey rear extension – Paprika Bar And Restaurant Highgate Road Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 1ES
Ref. No: 15/01479/FUL | Received date: Tue 14 Apr 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
Change of use of 13A West End to form enlarged dental practice, remodelling of existing dental practice, removal of chimneys and replacement rooflights – 11A And 13A West End Queensbury Bradford West Yorkshire BD13 2BD
Ref. No: 15/01482/FUL | Received date: Tue 14 Apr 2015 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
Anyone want to help bag the gravel? 10 Tons is a lot to handle. Contact Norah at email address below.
From: Norah McWilliam [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 23 April 2015 22:16 To: Cllr Paul Cromie Cc: David Dodwell; Helen Simpson Subject: Station Road
here we are again at the beginning of the outdoor fun phase of the year. Cycle Queensbury are busily planning another Family Fun Rides Day on the GNRT on May 17th and we wondered if you would be able to persuade one of those huge sweeping things to give Station Road a once-over like you managed to last year ???
Don’t know how you did it, but it really helped to avoid a lot of kids skidding (we do advise families to walk down, but who wouldn’t want to give it a go!)
If you can’t use the gravel I can! (would have to be dropped in bags at top of Peel Street – but I can pay something reasonable … I do happen to have a few of those very large square gravel bags.
a cunning plan, eh ? – but maybe you can use the swept up gravel anyway
Hope you can swing it
Yes it will be easy to persuade ££££££ one of those huge sweeping things to give Station Road a once-over like you managed to last year ???
Lynda and I will pay the sweeper man/woman to sweep it again.
As for the sweepings, we swept over 10 tonnes last year and we took it to my mates tip/recycling works but it can be tipped where you want it but it won’t be bagged you will have to bag it yourselves and it will be FREE.
Kind regards Paul n Lynda
oh- and can I get to drive the JCB thing for a bit ??
You cant get to drive the JCB/sweeper wagon thing, I live on Station Road.
You could however drive it down your street I suppose if the owner would let you.
Could you please post on your webpage that I will be holding a clean up at Russell Hall Park on the morning of Wednesday 22 April 2015 at 9.30 am onwards.
If people want to come then just turn up anytime – if they are bringing along children I will be providing a light picnic for the kids. So if they can just message me on fb or text/ ring 07527219800 so I know the numbers of children.