Read all about it! Keighley Kicks is in print – well at least for readers in the Bingley area.
A review of the season so far for all six of the area’s clubs appears on page 32 of this month’s edition, which is out now.
We have teamed up with the Bingley-based My Community Hub to offer an all-round package to Keighley Kicks supporters and the community magazine readers.
My Community Hub is aimed at encouraging more use of independent shops and businesses and offers a range of offers and discount vouchers for the best in the town and surrounding area.
Co-owner Simon Jarrup said: “Your everyday spending habits could have a huge impact on our local economy.
“Instead of spending with the huge supermarkets, national chains or online, just think about what difference you could make to the place you live.
“The more we spend with local independents the more we put back into our own community… and if the local business owners in-turn spend their income locally, employ local people, who again spend locally, then we all benefit!”
The quickly expanding magazine offers a mix of features, news, what’s on, adverts and now sport for Bingley and surrounding district.
See the online magazine here, or pick up a copy at outlets throughout the Bingley district.
To send in your news, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or to place an advert or to request copes of the magazine to be delivered to your business, place of work, or local shop or pub, etc, contact email@example.com
All Bingley football news and reports should continue to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and the highlights will appear in the My Community Hub magazine.
So, if you are involved with Bingley Town, Bingley Midland Athletic, Bingley FC Young Boys, Crossflatts Village, Cullingworth Youth or Wilsden Athletic, as well as youth teams at Bingley Town, Eldwick, Myrtle Park or Wilsden, get in touch.
Look out for more exciting news soon from the link with My Community Hub to benefit even more Keighley Kicks supporters and followers.