Golden students crowned at King James's School awards ceremony at Huddersfield Town Hall

Golden students past and present celebrated their achievements at a school prize night

Rededication of First World War Memorial at The University of Huddersfield - Mayoress of Kirklees Clr. Christine Smith, Mayor of Kirklees Clr. Ken Smith, Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire Dr. Ingrid Roscoe and University Pro Vice Chancellor Prof. Tim Thornton

Huddersfield University students and staff pay tribute to fallen war heroes at memorial re-dedication ceremony

Former Huddersfield Technical College saw more than a thousand staff and students serve in conflicts

Armistice Day service at Greenhead Park War memorial, Huddersfield

Hundreds gather at War Memorial in Greenhead Park for Armistice service

More than 300 children attend from eight schools as Huddersfield remembers

Huddersfield Christmas lights switch on 2014: everything you need to know

Watch Huddersfield sparkle with our guide to the start of the festive season

Young swimmers from Dewsbury Dolphins Amateur Swimming Club celebrate three decades of exchange visits

Young swimmers are continuing to make a big splash with an exchange visit started more than three decades ago

L to r, David Griffiths (Huddersfield Local History Society), Chris Marsden (chmn of Huddersfield Civic Society), David Holmes (acting delivery office manager), the mayoress of Kirklees, Christine Smith and the mayor of Kirklees Clr Ken Smith

Huddersfield Post Office re-opening recreated 100 years on by Kirklees Council mayor

The mayor posted a letter to the Poppy Factory to recall the first letter ever sent from Northumberland Street post office

Remembrance Day 2014

WATCH: Remembrance Day 2014 in Huddersfield as spectators and congregation pack town centre for parade and service

Spectators lined Huddersfield town centre for the annual Remembrance Sunday parade which was led by Hade Edge Band

Poppies will be planted to mark the centenary of the First World War

Remembrance Day 2014: full list of events for Huddersfield and Kirklees as nation set to remember 100 years since World War I

Mayor urges support for British Armed Forces in centenary year of the outbreak of World War One

Ridley & Hall embark on charity year

Huddersfield law firm Ridley & Hall is planning a number of events over the next 12 months to raise funds for Kirkwood Hospice

The Queen has two birthdays but 100-year-old Dorothy Jennings has THREE!

Centenarian receives card from Queen and surprise visit from Mayor of Kirklees

Educating Yorkshire stars at chamber dinner

Jonny Mitchell and Mike Steer gave their views on benchmarking schools at the Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce annual dinner

Opening of Sandy Mount Extra Care Housing Scheme, Crosland Moor. The Mayor and Mayoress of Kirklees, Clr Ken Smith and Christine Smith pictured with Clr Molly Walton, Sandy Mount resident Margaret Armitage and partners in the Extra Care Scheme

Sandy Mount care housing scheme opens in Crosland Moor

Kirklees mayor Clr Ken Smith opens the last of the three exra care housing schemes

Official opening of the Kirkwood Hospice refurbished wing. The Mayor and Mayoress of Kirklees, Clr's Ken Smith and Christine Smith with Hospice Chief Executive, Michael Crowther (left),Trustee John Denham (2nd left) and former joint Chief Executive Hilary Turner

Improved in-patient unit at Kirkwood Hospice officially unveiled

The facility recieved a £3m makeover after remaining unchanged since 1987

WATCH: Last Post played to remember Huddersfield war dead as memorial garden opened in Ravensknowle Park

Situated behind the Tolson Museum in Ravensknowle Park, it is designed to create a place of tranquillity and contemplation

New memorial garden to open in Huddersfield's Ravensknowle Park

War project set up by Friends of Tolson Museum and Ravensknowle Park

Kirklees Mayor's special thanks for 93-year-old Ida Hardwick's fundraising work

Ida, 93, has been fundraising for the last 20 years

Members of the Stroke Association and staff members with with Kirklees mayor, clr Ken Smith

Huddersfield Stroke Association sings support for International Communication Project 2014 raising awareness for those left unable to speak

They have launched a six week aphasia choir for residents at the Methodist Mission to help alleviate symptoms

Huddersfield Town Crier Vic Watson in his new turquoise outfit in St. George's Square, Huddersfield.

British Town Crier Championships to take place in Huddersfield on September 27

Huddersfield's crier, Vic Watson, is behind the event

Cyclists turn to pedal power to raise thousands for the Joseph Salmon Trust

The team, which included five soldiers from Huddersfield, took on a 170-mile coast to coast challenge

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