Lindley

Pennine League clubs hope to avoid being frozen out again

Newsome Panthers and St Joseph's lead the weekend challenge

Uncertain future for 60 children as campaigners fail to overturn school expansion u-turn

Reinwood Infant and Junior School will not expand with money diverted to Royds Hall Community High instead

News

Up to 15cm of snow tonight says Examiner weather expert Paul Stevens

Holme Moss to bear the brunt but cold snap could end on Sunday, he predicts

Male staff at Portland Nurseries lead the way in the early years sector

Six men now work across the group's sites in Lindley and Edgerton - more than double the national average

Uncertain future for 60 children as campaigners fail to overturn school expansion u-turn

Reinwood Infant and Junior School will not expand with money diverted to Royds Hall Community High instead

Sport

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Huddersfield Pennine League clubs all suffer because of the weather

Fixtures begin to stack up as icy blasts take their toll

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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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