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.


Theatre shows in Huddersfield in January

Enjoy a night out at the theatre — here's what's on in Huddersfield this month

Huddersfield New College and Carlton Junior and Infant School heads shortlisted for national award

Angela Wilson and Rizwana Mahmood have been chosen as two of five finalists by the National Centre for Diversity

Watch Huddersfield New College students celebrate in style

Awards evening marks best-ever results at college

Moldgreen and Rawthorpe Secondary Modern players from the late 1950s rally to widow's plea for help

We now have names for two teams from the past ... and a host of other school football memories

Usmaan Saleem will work with Vision Aid in Zambia

Optometry student Usmaan Saleem wins chance to help save eyesight in Africa with Vision Aid

He will travel to Zambia in August to work with overseas charity

Former Olympic cyclist Desmond Robinson

Tributes to Mirfield Olympic cyclist Desmond Robinson who has died aged 87

Brother of Tour de France hero Brian Robinson competed in 1952 Helsinki Olympics

Miss Teen Galaxy: Holmfirth New College student Georgina Bowden to represent Huddersfield

"It's so much fun" says student as she bids for top modelling title

Can you help the Kavanagh family to learn more about these Huddersfield football players?

David Kavanagh played football with Huddersfield Town, Arsenal and England player Bob McNab

Famous Beatles album cover used to drive home road safety message in Honley

Police hope it will encourage people to use the zebra crossings in the village

Foodie fun this weekend at Lindley Winter Food Fair 2015

More than 20 stalls at festive fair this Saturday to help you stock up on local produce before Christmas

Holmfirth Sally Wilson has three sculptures accepted by the Society of Wildlife Artists

Despite battling fatigue caused by a brain injury, Holmfirth artist Sally Wilson continues to gain accolades for her work.

Ultra runners Rob Young and Adam Holland to arrive in Huddersfield

Pair on 1,900-mile World Peace challenge

Business Profile: James Beattie, of

Sports consultancy boss James Beattie talks boxing, being deskbound and a not-so-close encounter with golfer Ricky Fowler

Teen cricketer Maddie Walsh has date at Buckingham Palace - with Yorkshire hero Joe Root

Up-and-coming Golcar all-rounder Maddie off to meet Duke of Edinburgh

Obituary: Philip Honnor, conductor of The Huddersfield Singers

A lifetime in music is remembered for former music lecturer

Student and cerebral palsy suffer Alice Barker wants to make movies
West Yorkshire Coroner's Office

Talented former student Danilo Maric found hanging in woods, inquest told

Tragedy of man with 'everything to live for' who took his own life

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

A Level results in West Yorkshire see big improvement

Greenhead College once again leads the way in Huddersfield, and Rastrick celebrate best-ever results


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