Lindley

Jane Wood, mother of Laura Wood, tells of her relief at daughter's lucky escape as she trekked in Himalayas at the time of the earthquake

Golcar mum's relief that daughter avoided earthquake which has taken more than 2,500 lives

Lindley couple Theresa and Paul Frost must repay cash to elderly man they fleeced

Theresa & Paul Frost at Leeds Crown Court
Theresa Frost stole more than £70,000 yet must pay back only £10,000

Newsome clinch third Huddersfield District League Division One title in six years

Victory over Diggle seals the deal

Kirkwood Hospice nurse Steph Bailey lacing up for London Marathon challenge

Huddersfield woman set to tackle 26 mile London marathon in aid of her first employer

News

Jane Wood, mother of Laura Wood, tells of her relief at daughter's lucky escape as she trekked in Himalayas at the time of the earthquake

Golcar mum's relief that daughter avoided earthquake which has taken more than 2,500 lives

Lindley couple Theresa and Paul Frost must repay cash to elderly man they fleeced

Theresa & Paul Frost at Leeds Crown Court
Theresa Frost stole more than £70,000 yet must pay back only £10,000

Kirkwood Hospice nurse Steph Bailey lacing up for London Marathon challenge

Huddersfield woman set to tackle 26 mile London marathon in aid of her first employer

Sport

Joe Lolley eager to build on first home goal for Huddersfield Town against Blackburn Rovers

The 22-year-old former Kidderminster Harriers player has notched four times in all

Huddersfield Town 2 Blackburn Rovers 2: Match in focus

Analysis of the Championship clash at the John Smith's Stadium

Andy Booth: It's good to see Bournemouth within touching distance of the Premier League

There's a massive match down on the South coast

About Lindley

Lindley is a suburb of Huddersfield, situated approximately two miles north west of Huddersfield town centre. Lindley is the location of Huddersfield's main hospital, the Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, which was opened in 1967 after ten years of construction. The name Lindley is said to have come from the Saxon word, "Flax Meadow" and is believed to have been established by the Angles in the 600s as a farming community.

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