Silsden residents are being reminded that the coronavirus lockdown rules still only allow outdoor gatherings of a maximum of six people.
Silsden Gala, which was due to be on Sunday 26th July this year, is to be held virtually on the same date because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The issue of the proposed footbridge to safely allow Silsden residents to cross the Aire Valley Trunk road when walking to and from the railway station has been raised in Westminster.
More than 1500 face masks have been distributed free to care homes in Silsden by the town’s emergency planning team.
The Silsden Helpline, which has been running for the last 4 weeks during the Coronavirus crisis, has created a new ‘chatterbox’ service to help tackle loneliness in the town.
Silsden's Mary Taylor is making regional and national headlines after bringing smiles to the faces of local residents over the last couple of weeks of the Coronavirus lockdown.
At the start of the Easter weekend, the Canal and River Trust is urging Silsden residents to strictly limit their use of towpaths.
Silsden's MP Robbie Moore has praised the 'absolutely fantastic' sense of community in the town as people rally round to support others during the Coronavirus crisis.
The planned return of Silsden's Proms on the Farm event won't now go ahead this summer because of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
A new helpline has been launched to connect Silsden residents with local volunteers and services during the Coronavirus crisis.
The Silsden Emergency Planning Group has announced that it is working behind the scenes to ensure appropriate help and support is in place for all local residents over the coming weeks and months during the coronavirus pandemic.
Silsden Primary School, along with schools across the UK, will close its doors to most pupils at 3.30pm on Friday 20th March to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The 62 bus service through Silsden will run less frequently from Monday 23rd March as part of measures introduced by the Keighley Bus Company in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Silsden's MP, Robbie Moore, writes for SilsdenToday about the ongoing pandemic.
Our local MP, Robbie Moore, has launched a coronavirus volunteers page on his website to encourage people across Keighley and Ilkley to offer support to those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
All patients wanting an appointment at Silsden's GP surgery will have to first be triaged over the phone, as part of measures to reduce the risk of coronavirus spread.
A fundraising drive has started, which might need as much as a million pounds in order to purchase the sports field off Elliott Street from Bradford Council.
An environmental talk due to take place this weekend at Silsden Town Hall has been cancelled, with organisers blaming the current public health situation.
The Friends of Silsden Park group is inviting local residents to take part in a 'grand tree planting day' on Saturday 14th March.
Three Silsden ladies have signed up to compete in the upcoming Mascot Gold Cup to raise money for Manorlands Hospice.