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Blacksmith George William Moore

This is one of a series of posts about local men named on the Keighley Union Workhouse roll of honour. George William Moore was in the Clarendon Street Children's home which was attached to the Keighley workhouse in 1911. He would certainly have known Richard Horsfall, Charles Horner and Richard Horner (who were unrelated) and…
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Private Richard Horsfall

This is one of a series of posts about local men named on the Keighley Union Workhouse roll of honour. Richard Horsfall was in the Clarendon Street Children's home which was attached to the Keighley workhouse in 1911. He would certainly have known Charles Horner and Richard Horner (who were unrelated) and Fred Firth who…
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Private Richard Horner

This is one of a series of posts about local men named on the Keighley Union Workhouse roll of honour. Richard Horner was in the Clarendon Street Children's home which was attached to the Keighley workhouse in 1911. He would certainly have known Charles Horner (not related) and Fred Firth who were there at the…
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Receiving our Queens Award!

On Thursday 5th August 2021 we received The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service from Ed Anderson, the Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire. [caption id="attachment_7329" align="alignnone" width="604"] The Lord Lieutenant speaking about the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service[/caption] He began by speaking about the Queen's Award and gave examples of various voluntary organisations who had received…
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