Keighley Creative is a multi-functional arts hub in the centre of Keighley, West Yorkshire, set up as a charity. Located in the former Sunwin House building, this old department store now provides studios for artists and makers, alongside a purpose built gallery, cinema, and education room.

We’re here to bring you a diverse range of arts and cultural stuff to get involved in, but we couldn’t do it without you. Everyone in Keighley has a say in what services we provide, so we listen to what you want, and we work hard to make it happen.

We run a weekly Monday Group - our regular arts & craft group for people living with dementia and their carers. This is a great place to come and have a go at something creative, and meet new people. We run sessions face-to-face in The Orange Room at Keighley Creative (BD21 3QJ), and online over Zoom for when people can’t get out. The group is friendly and welcoming to all, and new members are always welcome. We explore lots of different activities, including painting, felting, printmaking and clay work. We look at art and photographs together and we share stories.

No art experience needed, new members always welcome! For more information head to the Monday Group page or to book on, please ring Ailsa on 07423 154855.

For more information about Keighley Creative please send an email to [email protected] or visit the website