A Reception at 11 Downing Street

Airedale Springs chairman Tim Parkinson (left) with Keighley MP Kris Hopkins (Centre left) and Marrose Abrasives Managing Director Tony Day (right) at the Northern Powerhouse reception at No. 11 Downing Street. BUSINESS LEADERS from the Keighley district attended a top-level Government reception focused on the creation of a Northern Powerhouse earlier in the month. Tony Day… Continue Reading …

New Venture to Act as a One-Stop Shop to Help Young Businesses Grow

BRADFORD ENTREPRENEUR Eric Hawthorn has helped launch a new support service which aims to help 20,000 ambitious small and medium firms over the next six years. From left, Tim Parkinson, Airedale Springs; Victoria Boldison, Principle Healthcare; Roger Marsh, LEP chairman; Gori Yahaya, Google; Eric Hawthorn, Radio Design; Melanie Oldham, Bob’s Business and Adam Beaumont, aql…. Continue Reading …

Tracey Newman Joins the 25 Year Club……

Our Accounts Manager Tracey Newman became the 47th member of our 25 year club earlier this year and celebrated at the Grouse Inn, Oldfield with 23 other club members who all have over 25 years continuous service with the Company. Tracey joined the Company as a Customer Service Assistant before studying for accountancy qualifications and moving to the Accounts Department. Tracey Newman with Chairman Tim… Continue Reading …

AND THE WINNER IS………

Brian Cooper an employee with 48 years continuous service decided to nominate Airedale Springs in the Telegraph and Argus Bradford Means Business Awards 2015 in the Employer of the Year category. What were they looking for in the entry? “Our judges want to know about the company which, in the opinion of its staff, provides… Continue Reading …

We Welcome Another Bishop!

Pictured – Steve Hart, Production Director, Bishop Toby Howarth and Company president Michael Parkinson OBE. The Keighley deanery is one of the five deaneries which make up the new Bradford Episcopal Area and Bishop Toby Howarth spent a week visiting hospitals, businesses and church projects in the area, and having pastoral meetings with clergy and… Continue Reading …