My Granddad Alfred Hill ( shown below in uniform), tried to avoid conscription in the great war as he had five small children.
My school days started in 1933 at the new Guiseley Modern School on Oxford Road, Guiseley.
A memory from Audry Speight who is a committee member of AHS, was born in 1927 and lives in Yeadon.
I suppose all this started as a young boy in Liverpool and listening to stories from our mother about her uncle Joe from Yorkshire.
I was probably about 11 years old when I found Olly, which would make it around 1958.
I knew that most owls were nocturnal, but I had to be careful.
He has been really quiet, hasn’t been eating normally and definitely not allowing me to pick him up.
I think it was early one Saturday or Sunday morning when the police turned up.
On this fateful day I put Olly in his box to go over to the fields for a bit of exercise.
Has anybody heard of the word “DOY”?
The smallest quarry was right at the top left hand corner of Moor Lane, where now stands a row of green farm buildings.
Nearly 10,000 people swarmed into the White Cross district of Guiseley tonight for Harry Ramsdens “Big Fry” .