If you are able to support us with a regular donation until the end of the year, you could be a 'Clarke Foley Hero.' Simply
Thank you for your continued support as we work through this challenging time. Clarke Foley remains closed for the time being. Although the Government has
Find out about our latest news, updates and stories in the June edition of our newsletter. In this month's edition: Our plans for a socially
For the past month Joan Jones and Mary Mckee have been sewing cloth face coverings for family, friends and people in the Burley and Ilkley
After almost 10 weeks of working from home Joe and I are back working in the CF building. Although the building was closed there was
Ruth guests in the latest episode of the Ilkley Lockdown Podcast. She shares what she's most looking forward to when Clarke Foley re-opens. Click the
Find out about our latest news, updates and stories in the May edition of our newsletter. Click the link below to view in full.
If you would like to contact us during lockdown, you can now call us on 07379 797005.
Dear Friend Can Clarke Foley help your business? For almost 40 years Clarke Foley has served the community and now we are in a position
Clarke Foley is the hub of the community in Ilkley, where special occasions are usually remembered. An event to commemorate World War Two’s 75th anniversary
Dear Friend Can you help Clarke Foley survive the Coronavirus Crisis? For almost 40 years Clarke Foley has served the community and now we urgently
Like many charities and business at this time, Clarke Foley is facing an uncertain future. Without any income from our café and room hiring, we
For almost 40 years, Clarke Foley has been a second home and a second family to a large part of the community in Ilkley. Forty-three
NEW YEAR RESOLUTION? TAI CHI beginners course starting Thursday 9 th January 2020 @ 19:00 Tai Chi is a Chinese Exercise System involving a series
Are you looking for a part-time job that will benefit you and your local community? At Clarke Foley we’re looking for a part-time caretaker supervisor.
Do you have a few hours to give to make a real difference to your community? We are looking for Café Volunteers and Welcome Desk
We thank the many volunteers giving their time this morning using our Clarke Foley large kitchen as a base to provide hot water, to enable
The Telegraph & Argus newspaper are running a "Best Cafe" competition. Here at Clarke Foley we like to think we run a pretty good cafe
Thanks to everyone who bought a table at the Table Top Sale on Saturday the 3rd of August. The morning was a great success for
Since the introduction of the new parking scheme Clarke Foley Café has noticed a huge increase in people asking for coins for the parking meters.
We received our annual visit yesterday from the Local Authority Environmental Health Officer. He liked what he saw because we have again been given a
Clarke Foley is delighted to be appearing in "Eat Drink Ilkley" the handy guide to cafes and restaurants in our area. "Eat Drink" guides explore
To mark the completion of a major building and refurbishment project All Saints' Church, Ilkley, held a service of celebration on Sunday the 23rd of
The 75 th Anniversary of the D-Day landings were commemorated by The Clarke Foley centre with a 1940’s style tea dance, which featured the New
Ilkley & District community showcase attracted 56 local community groups to come showcase and promote their various organisations to members of the public. The event
From a coma to a half marathon for Stuart (Wharfedale Observer) – Chair of Directors, Stuart Hyde, trains for the inaugural Ilkley half marathon after
Members of the public toured more than 60 interest group tables at The Clarke Foley during the annual Ilkley & District U3A Meet the Leaders
40 residents of Ilkley attended a climate action event called “Getting Stuck in”. Focused on reducing private car use and increased/improving public transport, sharing cars,
Stuart Hyde, Chair of the Board of Directors at Clarke Foley. Seen here having reached the summit of Mt Ventoux and proudly holding his Clarke