The following links offer further information on organisations and projects that might be of interest

Community Rail Lancashire
Rail to Trail is a series of 12 self-guided walks along the Bentham Line. The walks combine into a 68 mile linear walk from station to station along the route.

Walk 4 Life
Want to know where to walk or know how long a walk you do regularly is? Do you want to find someone to walk with? Requires a £5 yearly fee for access to maps

Living Streets
Living Streets are a UK charity for everyday walking. They want to create a walking nation where people of all generations enjoy the benefits that this simple act brings, on streets fit for walking.

The Keighley & Ilkley Community and Voluntary Action
The Keighley & Ilkley Community and Voluntary Action is a registered charity. That work to encourage networking within voluntary sectors, support new initiatives, provide links with local, regional and national policy, and promote volunteering and good practice within the community.

Keighley Healthy Living
Keighley Healthy Living is a local charity aiming to support the health and wellbeing of the Keighley community and surrounding areas. They offer a range of activities for all ages and are open to everyone living locally.

Bradford Countryside and Rights of Way
Countryside and rights of way service: Includes information on guided walks around the whole Bradford district. Includes maps for self-guided walks. Also information on rights of way.

The Ramblers is a charity whose goal is to protect the ability of people to enjoy the sense of freedom and benefits that come from being outdoors on foot.

Get Out More
Get Out More is a social enterprise whose mission is to help people engage with nature to feel better about themselves in mind and body.

Map My Walk
MapMyWalk is a fitness tracking application that enables you to use the built-in GPS of your mobile device to track all of your fitness activities. Record your workout details, including duration, distance, pace, speed, elevation, calories burned, and route traveled on an interactive map.

Cliffe Castle park
Cliffe Castle Park and Museum was originally the spectacular home of a local Victorian millionaire and textile manufacturer who had links with the family of President Roosevelt. It is now a Museum and Art Gallery surrounded by beautiful parkland with flowerbeds, greenhouses, woodland, animals and birds as well as a new children’s play area.
Cliffe Castle Park Conservation Group members are interested in all the different aspects of this historic Park. We are promoting and organising events and working to improve the Park for the benefit of the environment, all those who use the Park or who live in the area.

Lund Park Community Group
The Lund Park Community Group Aims to challenge the negative perception of the Lund Park area and to attract people to use the area.