Danny was much loved and highly respected by all at the club and in rugby league.
He was the life and soul in the dressing room, a natural leader, a true professional and irreplaceable.
He achieved over 1,000 points and 150 appearances for Keighley Cougars and he will be sorely missed. We are devastated.
He sadly passed away today at the age of 29 leaving his 5-month old twins, wife and family. Our hearts go out to Liz, his children and his family.
Keighley Cougars have announced the " tragic loss" of their player Danny Jones who has died after he was seriously injured in a game this afternoon
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The centre has undergone a refurbishment so it cab continue to deliver its existing services, and develop future supportive care services to meet increasing demand.
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Framework which is based at The Corner House will have their funding cut at the start of May. Lincolnshire County Council say the charity, which helps people with substance misuse issues, needed to secure funding elsewhere.
Over 5,000 school children in Lincolnshire have been warned about the dangers of legal highs as part of a new education programme.
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A conference is being held today aimed at making the city of Lincoln 'dementia friendly'.
Nationally around one in three people over the age of 65 will develop dementia and in Lincolnshire alone it is estimated that over the next ten years the number of people living with some form of dementia will rise by forty per cent.
Gill Collins from Dementia Action Alliance says it is vital people are more aware of the condition: