A Leeds MP is calling for cyclist Lizzie Armitstead to be recognised for her contribution to the sport.
A procession of cyclists has welcomed home Olympic medallist Lizzie Armitstead.
The Olympic celebrations continue as Otley throws a fitting celebration for Olympic cyclist Lizzie Armitstead.
Otley is today celebrating the 30th anniversary of its first Carnival.
The parade starts from the Leeds Road Auction Mart at 1.15pm before making its way along Gay Lane, Bondgate, Kirkgate, Manor Square, and Bridge Street and turning into the showground after crossing the bridge.
This year's 30th anniversary parade will contain more than 30 entries which will make it one of the largest held in the town.
The parade will be led by the Otley Bellman, Terry Ford followed by dignitaries in open cars, including the Deputy Lieutenant of West Yorkshire Roger Bowers and Mrs Lynda Bowers.
An historic industrial riverside site in Otley has been knocked down to redevelop into housing.
Garnetts Paper Mill, a local landmark, had stood next to the River Wharf for nearly 300 years. The company moved production to India in 2006.
Nearly all of the buildings have been demolished as preparation work finally begins for an almost 200 home housing scheme.
Otley Christmas Tree Festival began today - with dozens of trees decorated by local charities and businesses.
The festivities continue over the next two days from 12 noon - 6pm.
Last year the event attracted around 800 visitors.
A plumber from West Yorkshire locked up in one of Greece's toughest jails for crimes he didn't commit has finally been able to return home.
Fran Prenga has now been reunited with his family in Otley after being falsely accused of more than 70 armed robberies and held behind bars for 6 months. He says he was surrounded by dangerous criminals and is going to the European Court of Human Rights to seek compensation.
Kate Walby has the latest on the ongoing nightmare for West Yorkshire plumber Fran Prenga, who's STILL languishing in a foreign jail despite being cleared by a court.
A plumber from Otley found innocent of more than 70 armed robberies is still being held in a Greek jail. Fran Prenga should have been released last week but his family say he is still being treated like a criminal.
A plumber from Otley is still being held in a Greek jail despite being found innocent 7 days ago. Fran Prenga has been in prison for more than five months. He was accused of 70 armed robberies after being a victim of mistaken identity.
A paperwork blunder means he could have to stay in jail for several months.
Otley plumber Fran Prenga has been cleared of 70 armed robberies in Greece. He was a victim of mistaken identity but now may have to stay in prison for another month because of strikes in the country.