Brighouse

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Missing moggy George's 128-mile adventure ends in Brighouse

George the cat was reported missing a month ago but was discovered in Brighouse this week

M62 drivers not using SMART motorways properly

M62
Concerns from driving group over motorway use

Master plan for imaginative new outdoor park for Calderdale gets the go ahead

Work planned for Cromwell Bottom nature reserve

News

Missing moggy George's 128-mile adventure ends in Brighouse

George the cat was reported missing a month ago but was discovered in Brighouse this week

M62 drivers not using SMART motorways properly

M62
Concerns from driving group over motorway use

Master plan for imaginative new outdoor park for Calderdale gets the go ahead

Work planned for Cromwell Bottom nature reserve

Sport

Leaders Honley are being chased strongly by Upperthong in the RCD Huddersfield Junior League Under 15s

Drighlington beaten on trip to Holme Valley

History will be repeated with Holmfirth Town or Kirkheaton Rovers win the Huddersfield District League Barlow Cup on Tuesday

Heyside promoted to Division I

Fans' ratings: See how Huddersfield Town supporters rated the Terriers after the 2-1 win over Ipswich Town

Chris Powell's side moved up to 17th with a deserved victory over a disappointing Ipswich side gunning for the play-offs thanks to Nahki Wells and James Vaughan strikes

About Brighouse

Brighouse is a town located on the River Calder, four miles east of Halifax. The 2001 Census numbered the population of the Brighouse / Rastrick subdivision of West Yorkshire at 32,360. The name Brighouse (or "Bridge House") originates from a building on (or close to) the River Calder. Brighouse is twinned with the city of Lüdenscheid in Germany, started by an exchange by the Brighouse Children's Theatre in 1950.

Videos & Photos

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Elland mink farm in 1954, left, and now

Pictured: Once home to scores of animals bred for their fur - Elland mink farm now lies abandoned and overgrown

Spend some time learning about Huddersfield's architecture and history on World Heritage Day

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