Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode
Living in Eastburn
Quality of life is about the details of everyday living. From the little things, like knowing the nearest place to pick up a pint of milk, to more important matters like finding the right school or having a health centre nearby, you need to know that the community you’re moving to will support you and your family, as well as being a pleasant place to live. So here’s some useful information about the area around Airedale Lea.
Leisure & Recreation
Eastburn Fitness Centre, a few minutes walk away, offers activities and classes ranging from Tai Chi and yoga to kick boxing and line dancing, while the Leisure Centre in Keighley incorporates leisure and learner pools, a fitness centre and a full-size sports hall. There are vast areas of open countryside to explore, from the farmland surrounding the village to the expanses of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, six miles to the north. The more unusual local attractions include the steam trains of the Worth Valley Railway, running from Keighley to the Brontë country.
Just a mile from the intersection of the A629 and A6068, Eastburn is well situated for access to Bradford, Leeds and Harrogate. Trains between Skipton and Leeds
or Bradford stop at Steeton and Stilston Station, around fifteen minutes walk from Airedale Lea, with the journey to Leeds taking just over half an hour. Eastburn
is also served by bus services operating between Skipton, Keighley, Harrogate, Ilkley and Burnley.
Recycling bins for paper and cardboard, glass bottles and jars, drinks and food cans, shoes and textiles can be found at the Hall Street car park in Cross Hills.
Education & Health
Eastburn Junior and Infant School, praised by Ofsted for its rich curriculum and the commitment of its staff, is just 200 yards from Airedale Lea. The primary schools of Cross Hills and Steeton are also within walking distance. Pupils from Eastburn normally attend South Craven secondary, a large comprehensive that was awarded an ‘outstanding’ assessment in its most recent Ofsted inspection. Silsden Group Medical Practice, with a staff of 10 GP's and an associated pharmacy, is less than a mile away, and there is a dental surgery in nearby Cross Hills. In addition, Airedale General Hospital, immediately east of Airedale Lea, has a round-the-clock Accident and Emergency department.
Eastburn General Store and Post Office is a family-run grocers, newsagent and offlicence, and there is a fish and chip takeaway next door. The High Streets of Cross Hills and Sutton-in-Craven include a large Co-op, butchers, bakers, hairdressers, banks and other services. Keighley’s shops range from a modern mall to a 70-year old covered market, and Skipton’s famous open-air market, medieval castle and traditional town centre are just six miles to the north.
Keighley Leisure Centre
Hardings Road, Keighley
01535 681 763
Eastburn Fitness Centre
Unit 5, Eastburn Mills
07949 502 185
Eastburn General Store
and Post Office,
01535 653 170
Chapel Road, Steeton
01535 656 940
Worth Valley Railway
The Railway Station
01535 645 214
Eastburn Junior and
01535 653 293
South Craven School
Holme Lane, Cross Hills
01535 632 861
Silsden Group Practice
Steeton Health Centre,
01535 652 448
46 Main Street
01535 634 115
Airedale General Hospital
01535 652 511
Green Lane, Eastburn, Keighley, BD20
Thursday to Monday 10.30am to 5.30pm.
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode
Follow signs for Keighley via the A6068 and stay on the A6068 through Glusburn and Crosshills. At the T-junction after passing through the village, turn right following the signs for Eastburn and Steeton. Half a mile on, opposite the Eastburn General Store, the entrance to Airedale Lea is on the left.
From Bradford and the East
Follow signs for Skipton via the A650 then Keighley via the A629. Follow signs for Airedale General Hospital at the turn-off for Steeton. In Steeton, turn right at the T-junction and, shortly after passing the entrance to the hospital, the entrance to Airedale Lea is on the right.
Sat Nav: BD20 8UD
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