Keighley Amateur Radio Society The Keighley Amateur Radio Society was started in the 1980s and is based in Haworth West Yorkshire. KARS can provide radio training and exams up to Advanced level. The Club Call sign are G0KRS and G7KRC
Aire Valley Repeater Group The Aire Valley Repeater Group provides our local VHF & UHF repeaters both digital (DMR-MARC) and analog (NBFM) along with the APRS-IS Network. The repeaters and APRS Call Sign are GB3TP, GB3XL, GB7TP and MB7UL.
|Andy Evans||Regional Co-ordinator||01422 824671|
|Graham Belt||Leeds Group Controller||0113 217 7760|
|Geoff Priestley||Keighley Group Controller||01274 606110|
|Colin Campbell||Kirklees Group Controller||07840 659945|
|Brian Dooks||County Co-ordinator||01423 322988|
|Mike Higlett||Nidderdale Group Controller||01423 561069|
|Mark Harrison||Sheffield Group Controller||0845 644 5285|
|Tony Wilkinson||North Humber RAYNET||01482 811374|
|Chris Kirby||Richmond Group Controller||07973 201681|
A Quality Traditional Pub in the Heart of Haworth 79 West Lane Haworth Keighley West Yorkshire BD22 8EL
Knight Stainforth Hall Caravan & Camping
For over 80 years Little Stainforth has hosted both local and national campers. It is also one of the oldest sites still run by the same family, the Maudsley’s.
We are sure you will enjoy your stay at Little Stainforth, and we will do everything we can to ensure that your stay is a pleasant and memorable one.
Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the park stands on the 45 acre estate of Knight Stainforth Hall, just 2 mile north of the market town of Settle and nestled on the banks of the River Ribble, a manor house dating back to pre-Norman times, which belonged to the Knight Templar. The park is not only ideally situated for exploring the dales but is also within easy traveling distance of the Lakes and Herriot Country.
The Maudsley family a farming family from the Ribble valley for more than six centuries, diversified into tourism in 1927 by accommodating a Scottish Scout group for their summer camp.
The park is now run by third generation of Maudsley involved in tourism, Chris and Paul, with help from their wives Linda and Gemma. The site has now moved forward offering high quality facilities in this exquisite location.
Ask for Chris Maudsley M0PXP
Haworth village is situated at the edge of the Pennine moors in West Yorkshire, England, the area made famous by the Bronte sisters, known as Bronte country.
West Yorkshire 4×4 Volunteer
Yorkshire 4×4 Response
North Yorkshire Community Response
4×4 Response and West Yorkshire 4×4 Volunteers are volunteer groups, using 4×4 vehicles to assist the wider community in times of need.