Bradford Council has been accused of “not being interested in Keighley” after it was revealed funding could be axed for the town’s popular street markets.
The authority has revealed it is unlikely to have resources to help finance the Oktoberfest or Christmas markets this year.
The decision has been condemned by Keighley town councillor Tony Wright, who learned of it in an e-mail from the district council’s markets manager.
Coun Wright was told resources would instead be focussed on providing festive events in Haworth, Bradford city centre and the Industrial Museum.
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