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Idle and Thackley

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Idle and Thackley

Idle and Thackley

2004 Boundaries of Idle and Thackley Ward
Councillors Alun Griffiths (Liberal Democrats)
Jeanette Sunderland (Liberal Democrats)
Christine Reid (Liberal Democrats)
List of places
United Kingdom

Idle and Thackley (population 14,541 - 2001 UK census) is a Ward in Bradford Metropolitan District in the county of West Yorkshire, England, named after the villages of Idle and Thackley around which it is drawn.

As well as the villages of Idle and Thackley, the ward includes the villages of Apperley Bridge, Greengates and a small part of the Thorpe Edge housing estate.

The ward is currently served by three Liberal Democrat councillors, Jeanette Sunderland (Leader of Bradford Council Liberal Democrats), Chris Reid and Alun Griffiths.


  • BCSP (Internet Explorer only)
  • BBC election results
  • Council ward profile (pdf)

External links

  • Idle and Thackley at DMOZ

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