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Baildon Town Council

Serving the people of Baildon

Welcome to Baildon

Clerk: Louanna Winch
Baildon Library, Hallcliffe
Baildon, Shipley, West
Yorkshire BD17 6ND

What's On

We endeavour to publicise local events and are always pleased to be contacted with details. We cannot accept any responsibilities for external information provided nor any web-links.

Friend of Baildon Station (FOBS) AGM

Tue, 01 May 2018 19:00

Annual Meeting of FOBS (Friends of Baildon Station) with updates from Northern Rail, and 2018 Improvement Plan. All welcome!

Venue:
Baildon Rugby Club
Contact:
Gill Dixon
FILM; The Time of Their Lives (2017)

FILM; The Time of Their Lives (2017)

Thu, 03 May 2018 13:00

The Time of Their Lives (2017)

Room 1, £3.50 with refreshments

12A, 1h 44min, Comedy, 5.8/10

A former Hollywood star enlists the help of a new friend in order to journey from London to France for her ex-lover's funeral, with the various mishaps en route making the trip unforgettable.

The two women have very different personalities and very different hearts. One is nice, helpful but carries a burden in her heart. The other is a selfish and manipulative woman who will use everyone around her. Different things happen to them, and it's refreshing to have a reminder that nice things happen to nice people. The scenery is nice and the weather is beautiful too. There are many things to like about this film. It is worth a watch.

Stars: Joan Collins, Pauline Collins, Franco Nero

Venue:
Room 1, Methodist Church
Contact:
Shirley 07980 650478
Tags: Community

TOUR DE YORKSHIRE POP-UP GUIDED WALK

Fri, 04 May 2018 13:00

When Baildon Walkers are Welcome produced their Four Walks leaflet a few years ago, they did not know that one of the routes which passes the Cow and Calf Rocks, would be the obvious route from Baildon to reach the point where stage 2 of the Men's race will finish! As you can imagine all roads to the Cow and Calf Rocks will be blocked for hours beforehand. A walk over the moor will be the crowd free way to see this great spectacle as well as enjoying some great views of Wharfedale.
Join Bob Davidson and Paul Robinson for our walk which will leave the Potted Meat Stick in the middle of Baildon at 1.00pm, aiming to reach the Cow and Calf rocks in good time to find a place to watch the finish of the men's stage which will be just before 18.00.
We usually aim on our walks to get everyone back to Baildon as a group. Realistically there are going to be thousands of people at the Cow and Calf Rocks for this event and we will not be able to stay together. We will make sure everyone has details of how to get down into Ilkley and get trains back to Baildon. Expect very crowded trains.

The whole walk into Ilkley is about 8 miles with 225 metres of ascent. The route leaves Baildon via Sconce, Fairweather Grange and Little London, before crossing Hawksworth Moor and Burley Moor to reach the rocks. The whole walk into Ilkley takes about 4 hours but on crowded pavements, the last part down to the town may be slow. Paths are mostly good but sturdy footwear is recommended as there are sections which are uneven and rocky.
There is a café at the Cow and Calf Rocks and a pub. There are likely to be other stalls. We advise bringing drinks and having some food with you. Please bring waterproofs – forecast at the moment for Friday is Ok but the week's weather is changeable.

As our contribution to Tour de Yorkshire festivities, we will be giving a copy of our Four Walks Leaflet to everyone who joins us for this walk.

Venue:
Meet at the Potted Meat Stick by Ian Clough Car Parkin Baildon Town Centre
Contact:
Info@baildonwalkersarewelcome.org
Tags: Outdoors
Aire Rivers Trust - Clean Up

Aire Rivers Trust - Clean Up

Sat, 05 May 2018 10:00

Join Friends of Bradford's Becks and Bradford Civic Society for a clean up of Bradford Beck. Meet Junction Valley Road and Poplar Road (by Nisa Store) BD18 2DD.

Venue:
Junction Valley Road and Poplar Road
Contact:
Nick Milsom 07378 878857

Re-opening ceremony. Baildon Public Toilets

Sat, 12 May 2018 09:45

Grand reopening of public toilets in centre of Baildon. Come and see the brilliant murals.

Venue:
Baildon public toilets, Northgate
Contact:
Cllr’s Dixon snd Flecknoe
Tags: Community

Guided walk “To Bingley and Back”

Sat, 12 May 2018 10:30

Baildon Walkers are Welcome invite you to join a guided circular walk to Five Rise Locks, walking over Baildon Moor and skirting round Eldwick, before descending for lunch at Five Rise Café (or bring your own picnic). The walk will return via the canal towpath or participants may decide to catch a bus or train back from Bingley or Saltaire. 8/9 miles for whole walk or half that if leaving at Bingley.
Meat at the Potted Meat Stick in Centre of Baildon. For full details, see www.baildonwalkersarewelcome.org

Venue:
Meet at Potted Meat Stick
Contact:
Chris Flecknoe
Tags: Community
Singalong-a-Baildon

Singalong-a-Baildon

Fri, 18 May 2018 13:30

An afternoon singing familiar songs, for people feeling isolated, or with memory problems. Carers, family and friends also welcome. Meet new people and feel the benefit of singing together in a social environment which can help to promote well-being.

Venue:
Room 1, Wesley Cafe, Methodist Church
Contact:
Shirley 07535 660958
Tags: Community

Litter Pick

Sun, 27 May 2018

Meet at 10.00 on Sunday 27th May in the car park of Baildon Recreation Centre on Green Lane

Venue:
Baildon Recreation Centre
Contact:
mcdougalldc@yahoo.co.uk

Suffragette centenary event 28th May 11.30am-4pm

Mon, 28 May 2018

Bradford Council are celebrating the centenary of Representation of the People Act on the anniversary of the landmark 1908 suffragette rally that took place on Shipley Glen - 'Hats Off Forward Together' on Monday 28th May 11.30am-4pm.

A fun, family event we anticipate over a thousand people will march from Roberts Park to Shipley Glen via the Cable Tramway and join in a celebration on the Glen with stalls, street entertainment, speeches and stage performances.

We invite you to be part of this event - with a stall and/or a speaker from your organisation on our event stage.

If you or your organisation is concerned with issues related to gender equality or women's rights, historically or currently, and you would like the opportunity to speak briefly on our stage, please contact Jenny Wilson, who is the Creative Producer for the event by emailing jenny@irregulararts.com by Tuesday 8th May.

If you are interested in having a stall at this event, please contact Karen Lewis for details. You can bring relevant information stalls, stalls selling craft items and wares or food/cakes (subject to your own insurances). We cannot guarantee all applicants a stall on the day, but please submit details of what you would like to bring by emailing Karen no later than Tuesday 8th May karen.lewis@bradford.gov.uk.

Venue:
Shipley Glen/Bracken Hall Centre
Contact:
karen.lewis@bradford.gov.uk