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Keighley’s Men of Worth Project researches local people who served the country in wartime. It is actively run by project directors Ian Walkden and Andy Wade.
They are currently looking to put together a bid for a Heritage Lottery Fund Grant. They will be holding an initial meeting for interested persons to get together to discuss their bid.
If you would like to join the Men of Worth Project and have a say in the plan for a grant from the HLF, please come along to this meeting in Keighley Local Studies Library on Saturday 22nd September starting at 10.00am.
Andy Wade said:
‘This is just an initial meeting to gauge interest and outline what we’d like to do with a grant, and invite opinions from anyone who may have any other ideas on what we could accomplish. We’d like to make it clear from the start that the…
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Many thanks for this Pete. For anyone unfamiliar with Keighley Library, we will be upstairs. Wheelchair access is at the side entrance on Albert Street and there is a lift for anyone who can’t manage stairs very well. Looking forward to seeing some interested people on the day.