Huddersfield New College

Huddersfield New College was founded in 1959 when the existing Huddersfield College was merged with Hillhouse Technical School at a new campus at Salendine Nook.. It became a sixth form college in 1973. It caters exclusively for young people in the 16-18 age and now has more than 2,300 students on roll.

Ben Worth returns to the LBT stage after nearly two decades

Huddersfield actor Ben Worth last appeared on the LBT stage as a teenager in a New College production.

Huddersfield New College teacher Chris Madej eyes acting life after being cast in lead role for feature film Freesia

The movie role is the latest acting success for Chris who is also rehearsing for his lead role performance in Ghost at Halifax Victoria Theatre

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Schools in Kirklees and Calderdale get a share of £367 million repairs fund

More than two dozen local schools are to receive a share of a £367 million fund to repair and extend their buildings

Obituary: Stephen Priest

Man who helped keep Huddersfield beauty spot immaculate

Family and Health: We haven't got diabetes because we eat too much sugar!

Teens struggle with Type 1 diabetes because the rest of us know so little about the condition.

Former Huddersfield New College tutor writes book about pupil and teacher affair

Teacher turned author Rachel McIntyre's cautionary tale based on Jeremy Forrest case

Kirklees Council updated

Kirklees schools closed due to snow

See the list of all closures here and we'll update if more are announced

Santander banker joins uni advisory board

Sue Douthwaite, a corporate banking director for Santander, has joined Huddersfield University Business School advisory board

Work starts on Brian Robinson Kirklees cycling challenge ride 2015

Named after Mirfield Tour de France veteran

Huddersfield teenager Jessie Slater stars in national archery contest

New College student just pipped for national Under 18 title

Huddersfield New College students stage World War One football match and celebrate raising of £6,000 for charity

Pupils at the town’s New College in New Hey Road put on two special events on the campus to celebrate raising over £6,000 for charities and to commemorate the First World War

Remember Me in Huddersfield: Find out where all the filming locations are on our interactive map

Find out more about what happened at each filming location

Huddersfield New College - Remember Me filming locations

The college were excited to see familiar scenes on the programme

Hannah Boden in 2nd place on the podium with her partner Bettina Bugl from Austria

Racketlon: Huddersfield's Piers and Hannah Boden bag medals on duty for England

Siblings take four medals from World Racketlon Championships in Poland

County cricketer Tom Craddock bowls up to help students

Holmfirth and Honley cricketer back to coach at Huddersfeld New College

Obituary: Brian Gavin, Huddersfield-born founder of two mining companies

Brian Gavin lived in the USA and co-founded the firms Franconia Minerals Corporation and Minera Andes

Beverley O'Toole with son Adam, who was killed by a hit-and-run driver in Huddersfield

Family of Huddersfield hit-and-run victim Adam O'Toole back road safety campaign

Speeding and careless driving fines highlight Kirklees hotspots

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