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Places to visit in the Local Area

Bingley Five Rise Locks are one of  the most awesome features on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. They are the steepest staircase locks on the longest canal in the country! The fields are full of Arum Lily, Yellow Flag Iris and Cuckooflower, and a whole range of creatures - butterflies, dragonflies and mallards are all common and you may catch a glimpse of the otters! Wildlife Explorers; discover the amazing wildlife that lives in and around the canal. Access by train from Bingley station or travel by bus numbers 616, 619, 622, 680For more information including 5 things for children to do visit https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/places-to-visit-pdf/Bingley_Five_Rise_Locks.pdf

East Riddlesden Hall - Hundreds of years ago this manor in Riddlesden, Keighley was a thriving farming estate. Today the house tells tales of the ambition, success, and failure of those who lived and worked here and the barn displays the 400 year-old markings of proud craftsmen. The gardens can be enjoyed at any time of the year, and seasonal highlights include the scented herb border in spring, cottage garden flowers in summer and trees laden with apples, pears and figs in autumn. The play area, mud pie kitchen and den building corner give opportunities for families to come together and enjoy outdoor natural play. East Riddlesden Hall is the perfect place to spend a morning or afternoon. Bradford Road, Riddlesden, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD20 5EL. By bus: 662 from Keighley or Bradford alighting at Granby Lane. For more information visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/east-riddlesden-hall

Cliffe Castle Museum, Glasshouses and Park was originally the home of Victorian millionaire and textile manufacturer, Henry Isaac Butterfield. Completed in the 1880s the building was funded by the Butterfield family’s industrial empire which included wool textile mills and a shipping business that took British goods to Europe, America and China. In recent years Cliffe Castle has undergone a major restoration. Visitors can see sparkling Victorian rooms and furniture, paintings, and decorative art. Special galleries deal with natural history, archaeology and social history, all of which can be seen on your visit along with the internationally important display of stained glass by Morris and Co. The Castle also hosts changing exhibitions from our collections and the community. Family areas ensure that there is something for all ages. There is also an extensive park and gardens to enjoy and experience the changing seasons. Spring Gardens Lane, Keighley, BD20 6LH. The following bus routes pass near Cliffe Castle and park 502, 903, K17. For further information visit https://bradforddistrictparks.org/park/cliffe-castle-park/ and https://www.bradfordmuseums.org/venues/cliffe-castle-museum

Haworth - A historic village near Keighley, Haworth is famous for its association with the Bronte sisters, who wrote most of their most popular works while resident here. The Bronte family came to The Parsonage here in 1820, and the house is maintained as a museum. The Haworth rail station is part of the Keighley and Worth line, running 5 miles through the beautiful countryside of the Worth Valley between Keighley and Oxenhope. The rail service at Haworth came about as a direct result of the Bronte sisters' popularity. Explore the cobbled main street, steam railway line and the central park and bandstand. Visit https://www.visitbradford.com/thedms.aspx?dms=3&venue=1580073&feature=2 and https://www.visitbradford.com/thedms.aspx?dms=3&venue=1581184&feature=1

Saltire Village, a World Heritage Site is near Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. It is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill, known as Salts Mill and this village on the River Aire. Designed by architects, Lockwood and Mawson, Saltaire has beautiful Italianate architecture and a rich history. Saltaire Village was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2001. Saltaire is a village where people live. You don't have to book to come here and Salts Mill is free to enter. There are shops, places to eat, wonderful architecture and a lovely park. Travel by train to Saltaire station or by bus number 662 from Keighley. For more information visit https://saltairevillage.info/

Strong Close Nursery School, Airedale Road, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 4LW. Phone 01535 605272.
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