Holmfirth

Two Huddersfield teenagers line up in Women's Tour de Yorkshire

Amira Mellor and Abby-Mae Parkinson in 100-strong race field

Drama with a side order of fish and chips

Fish and chips is our island nation on a plate, says playwright Deborah McAndrew.

Take a tour of Ian and Susan Heyer's house on Maingate in Hepworth - its our Property of the Week

Situated in the popular Holme Valley village of Hepworth is this four-bedrooomed detached home built just before the Millennium

Century from Museji Ahmed Bhoola not enough to help Shelley beat Barkisland in Drakes Huddersfield Cricket League Second XIs

Lewis Kenworthy stars in Honley victory

News

Two Huddersfield teenagers line up in Women's Tour de Yorkshire

Amira Mellor and Abby-Mae Parkinson in 100-strong race field

Business Profile: Yasmin Rahmatullah, of YTR Design

Former Huddersfield University student Yasmin Rahmattulah is supplying greetings cards to retailers across the UK and abroad

Holmfirth woman's injuries revealed following Netherthong attack

Chloe Knapton suffered serious facial injuries and has undergone surgery at Leeds General Infirmary

Sport

Huddersfield Town 2-2 Blackburn Rovers - are you pictured in our fan gallery?

Were you amongst the crowd at the John Smith's Stadium for Town's sixth game unbeaten in succession yesterday? You could be pictured in our fan gallery if so

Century from Museji Ahmed Bhoola not enough to help Shelley beat Barkisland in Drakes Huddersfield Cricket League Second XIs

Lewis Kenworthy stars in Honley victory

Huddersfield racer Kyle Smith promises to try harder despite bagging a podium place at Assen

Pata Honda rider determined to break into top two at Imola

About Holmfirth

Holmfirth is a small town situated six miles south of Huddersfield town centre. Once a centre for pioneering film-making, Holmfirth more recently became well known for the location of the situation comedy "Last of the Summer Wine". The town grew from a corn mill and bridge in the 13th century, before rapidly expanding 300 years later due to the growing cloth trade and the better business of local quarries.

Videos & Photos

Schooldays of yesteryear from beyond Huddersfield

LOOK: Class photos, sports teams and more in these century-old schooldays snaps from beyond Huddersfield

Pictures: Proud Richard Palliser welcomes Tour de Yorkshire with huge mural

Grand Northern Ukulele Festival to return in May at Huddersfield Town Hall, Lawrence Batley Theatre and other venues

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