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Press Release Join Ian Stevenson (Huddersfield & District Family History Society) and Dave Pattern (Huddersfield Local History Society & Huddersfield Exposed) on Thursday 28th January 2021, 1pm on a virtual walk of Lockwood. See some of the early 19th century buildings which were to be found in this spa village, attracting visitors from all over […] Huddersfield Local History Society …
As a festive treat to our members, our Journal Editor Rob Piggott has compiled a Christmas Special issue which brings together a selection of archive articles and a tinseled treasure trove of Christmas Past from the local area. A limited number of print copies are now available for purchase. Introduced from Cyril Pearce We took […] Huddersfield Local History Society …
Society members will undoubtedly be familiar with — and probably own a copy of — David Griffith’s well-received The Villas of Edgerton: Home to Huddersfield’s Victorian Elite (2017). Huddersfield Civic Society has now published a companion book… Press Release The story behind the development of Highfields, Huddersfield first suburb, has been told in a new […] Huddersfield Local History Society …
The shock caused by his brutal killings seeped into everyday life: ‘It was like living in a horror movie at times,’ recalls one journalist The Independent – Huddersfield…
Press Release How Huddersfield bought itself! Huddersfield made history a hundred years ago this month when its Corporation agreed to buy the Ramsden estate, which included the whole of the town centre and over half of the land within the Borough boundary, for £1.3 million. The Ramsden family’s association with Huddersfield began in 1542 when […] Huddersfield Local History Society …
We are pleased to announce that a newly revised edition of Pamela Cooksey’s Public Lives: The Woodheads – A Notable Family of Huddersfield is now available to purchase for £1.00 as a downloadable 74-page PDF e-book. The work was originally published by the Society in 1999 as a paperback booklet. Contents Introduction — page v […] Huddersfield Local History Society …
Dominic Noble said the then-Labour leadership candidate was on a list of ‘potential targets’ The Independent – Huddersfield…
Birmingham Police responded to 70 separate gatherings on Saturday night The Independent – Huddersfield…
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- April 2021 Newsletterby Dave Pattern on 23rd April 2021 at 10:12 am
Our newsletter for March is now available to read online or download in PDF format. The contents include: details of upcoming events book review of “Yorkshire Rebel” (Alan Brooke) Welcome
- March 2021 Newsletterby Dave Pattern on 26th March 2021 at 10:51 am
Our newsletter for March is now available to read online or download in PDF format. The contents include: details of upcoming events new publications Lost Railways Castle Hill – A
- February 2021 Newsletterby Dave Pattern on 19th February 2021 at 12:21 pm
Our newsletter for February is now available to read online or download in PDF format. The contents include: details of upcoming events Woven 2021 Professor Mike Page (1944-2021) The Bernins
- Lockwood Virtual Walkby Dave Pattern on 25th January 2021 at 10:41 am
Press Release Join Ian Stevenson (Huddersfield & District Family History Society) and Dave Pattern (Huddersfield Local History Society & Huddersfield Exposed) on Thursday 28th January 2021, 1pm on a virtual
- January 2021 Newsletterby Dave Pattern on 21st January 2021 at 12:14 pm
Our newsletter for January is now available to read online or download in PDF format. The contents include: details of upcoming events Edward Law History Prize Free access to Ancestry
- Which lockdown rules will change from 17 May?by Tim Wyatt on 10th May 2021 at 4:39 pm
More restrictions are due to be lifted next week as England continues to ease out of lockdown
- Coronavirus UK cases map: Are infections rising in your area?by Chiara Giordano on 10th May 2021 at 4:25 pm
Closer look at spread of Covid-19 across country
- Who’s who in Labour’s cabinet reshuffle?by Adam Forrest on 10th May 2021 at 4:20 pm
Sir Keir Starmer has made some significant changes to his top team after defeat at the local elections
- Boris Johnson news – live: PM accused of ‘abusing office’ over holiday, as Burnham says Labour ‘too cautious’by Sam Hancock on 10th May 2021 at 3:59 pm
Follow the latest developments in UK politics
- Boris Johnson has silk ties and luxury food hampers confiscated for exceeding limits on gifts to MPsby Adam Forrest on 10th May 2021 at 3:55 pm
Government also reveals prime minister held private meetings with newspaper editors in recent months
- Amazon founder Jeff Bezos named as secret owner of luxury $500m superyachtby Simon Freeman on 10th May 2021 at 4:52 pm
Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founder of Amazon, is finally set to join the gilded ranks of the haves and have-yachts.
- How will the Gates children fare in Bill and Melinda’s divorce?by Katie Strick on 10th May 2021 at 4:51 pm
The mansion! The artwork! The private island! All talk has been about how the billionaire couple will split their considerable wealth. But what about their three children? Katie Strick looks into it...
- Mother of newborn baby found dead in canal urged to get medical helpby Margaret Davis on 10th May 2021 at 4:48 pm
An ambulance was called but the baby was pronounced dead at the scene.
- Rescuers try to save minke whale stranded along River Thames for the second timeby John Dunne on 10th May 2021 at 4:45 pm
- Climate campaigner fined £5,000 for breaking embargo on Heathrow rulingby Sam Tobin on 10th May 2021 at 4:45 pm
Tim Crosland is the director of environmental campaigning organisation Plan B Earth.