Almondbury

Almondbury sits two miles south east of Huddersfield town centre. It appears in the Domesday Book as "Almondeberie". After the Norman Conquest, the land around the village was held by the powerful De Lacy family, who gave their name to De Lacy Avenue. Landmark Castle Hill is in Almondbury and the area is also home to Huddersfield's oldest school; King James' School, founded in 1547.

Liam Wiles powers Cawthorne to hat trick of prizes with victory over Thongsbridge in Drakes Huddersfield League T20 Shield final

Blistering unbeaten century and three wickets

Kewz Bar, Queen Street, Huddersfield

An appalling display of public violence: Six jailed for running attack outside Huddersfield nightclub

Sentencing the group at Leeds Crown Court Judge Christopher Batty said he accepted they had been to some extent provoked but in all about 20 people joined in the running attack on the victim

Is your street in line for resurfacing? Kirklees Council has (some) money to spend on local roads

Councillors to decide which 'unclassified' roads should be improved across the district - take a look at the list of roads here

Business Profile: James Boothroyd, of Media29 (Creative) Ltd

James Boorthroyd sampled life as a paperboy, a lifeguard and a barman before launching his own business, Media29 (Creative) Ltd

Lena Headey backs plans for new sports project in Almondbury

Star launches £1/2m project for school site

Waterloo sisters stage charity ball after mother's cancer returns

Ammarah and Zarah Iqbal organise ball for mum Shameem who is battling cancer for second time

Hundreds pay tribute to dedicated community worker Kamal Aftab after he sadly lost his cancer battle

Mr Aftab's loved ones vow to continue the Almondbury man's charity bid

More than 100,000 people pack the Square as the four-day Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival comes to a close

Saturday saw up to 60,000 visitors - what did you make of this year's Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival?

The Spitfire over Slaithwaite; Edward Sharman, Frank Smith, Richard Brown and Donald Irving wait for the flypast, and Former RAF wireless operator Frank Smith with former RAF Sgt Don Irving.

Hundreds cheer Spitfire flypast as Slaithwaite firm marks 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain

Textile firm Glenbrae made special scarves ahead of village flypast for RAF Benovelent Fund

Police Community Support Officer Tony Slack begins gruelling Land’s End to John O’Groats cycle challenge for Kirkwood Hospice

Tony, of Kirkheaton, hopes to cycle 70 miles a day for a fortnight to complete the 960 mile route

The West Yorkshire Police helicopter

Ten-year-old boy spoken to by police after laser pen aimed at police helicopter in Batley

Police warn lasers can put helicopter crew's lives at risk

Videos & Photos

Questions have been asked over Blackpool abandoned game, says Huddersfield Town Supporters Association

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M62 shut by huge car transporter fire

Huddersfield Giants to name an unchanged side for Super 8s home clash against Castleford Tigers

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Huddersfield Town correspondent
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Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent