In this week’s Observer & Advertiser

In this week's Observer & Advertiser
In this week's Observer & Advertiser

In this week’s Observer and Advertiser, paramedics could take longer to reach emergencies after NHS bosses decided to downgrade Gildersome Ambulance Station because of high heating costs, it has been claimed.

Also this week;

- A grateful father is trying to track down the heroes who saved his son’s life. Steven Carroll wants to thank two strangers who helped keep his son, Jason, alive after an asthma attack stopped his heart in Morley.

- A prolific thief has been banned from Morley town centre following action by the police and council using new legislation.

- Campaigners are calling for plans to build a doctor’s surgery in East Ardsley to be revived.

- A historian is hoping to breathe new life into Morley’s heritage. Peter Aldred, who has a collection of thousands of photographs and artefacts documenting the Morley area, has launched a business plan to run Morley Heritage Centre as a charity.

- The riddle of how a Tudor deed dealing with the transfer of land in Gildersome ended up in an Australian bookshop has been investigated by its owners and local historians.

- See our picture special from Morley’s annual Easter Bonnet Parade and Jollytots playground in Gildersome.

- Cheers! Morley Beer Festival attracted 1,000 people over the bank holiday weekend.

All this and more in this week’s Observer & Advertiser - out tomorrow!