The day saw more than one hundred people come through the gates and look at our drawings for the improvements to the facilities at the ground, and people were able to chat about any part of them with club staff, officials and volunteers.
All parts of the local community were represented and we hope that our fans, local neighbours, elected representatives and community partners have left with a clearer understanding of what we hope to be able to offer the local area in the future.
Information on the Community Foundation’s links with Action for Children and AVSED was also available, and ideas on how these activities would benefit from the improved facilities we are hoping to develop were discussed.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 19:30
Ryanair, Europe’s favourite low fares airline, today launched its Leeds Bradford summer 2014 schedule, with 23 low fare routes to exciting European destinations, including one new route to Barcelona Girona.
Summer 2014 will be the first summer where Leeds Bradford customers can enjoy Ryanair’s low fares and on-time flights, but can now enjoy allocated seating, a second free small carry-on bag, easier website access, a “My Ryanair” registration service, 24 hour grace periods, “quiet flights” and reduced bag fees, which makes Ryanair the ideal choice for family and friends planning their summer holiday from Leeds Bradford Airport.
Last Updated on Friday, 14 February 2014 14:08
Fourteen PA's and travel bookers were flown to Glasgow from Leeds Bradford Airport to demonstrate the ease of flying directly to Scotland from Yorkshire's gateway airport with Flybe. The delegates experienced a day trip in Scotland's largest city to sample how easily the regions businesses can travel to Scotland and back in the same day.
Last Updated on Friday, 14 February 2014 13:57
The previous article we had published here has been removed due to a number of issues being raised by various parties. Frankly we want this to be a simple community based website which gives details of local news and events without any kind of bias or influence.This was supposed to be fun and a bit of entertainment for the local community, but now that the local press has seen fit to print my name and address the fun has stopped. Apparently I was supposed to tell them not to print my name and address, which bearing in mind the nature of the argument regards Guiseley AFC would seem like a common sense decision, but there you go....whats done is done.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 March 2014 19:03
Superb article about Guiseley business and the efforts of inGuiseley to promote Guiseley businesses..
"When it comes to putting Guiseley on the map businesses in the town certainly have the right idea."
Last Updated on Sunday, 09 February 2014 02:35