In this week’s Observer & Advertiser

This week's Observer & Advertiser

This week's Observer & Advertiser

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In this week’s Observer and Advertiser, ‘Victory for Morley’ as the proposed travellers site on Valley Road is rejected by planning chiefs.

Also this week, key players in Morley have arranged talks with a company that employs ‘charity muggers’ to get better regulation of their work in the town, tributes have been paid to a former rugby star who played in Morley’s great cup-winning side of the 1970s, passionate people from Morley who go the extra mile to serve their community were recognised at an awards ceremony, staff at a Gildersome cat charity will be celebrating their one year anniversary by dressing up as black cats at the weekend, Morley’s Asda store donated £10,000 to create a chillout space for teenagers with cancer, Ed Balls MP is backing the Observer & Advertiser’s campaign to get a better deal for the town’s shops, Morley and surrounding areas will once again remember the fallen at remembrance services and a popular chippy is doing something a little bit different for the Poppy Appeal.

Also this week, it’s time to vote for your favourite Salon of the Year and find out how you can win snowboarding and ski lessons.