Lindley

Yorkshire Building Society launches charity giveaway

Yorkshire Building Society members are raising money for causes by donating the pennies they earn on their accounts

Lindley residents left without water after major water pipe bursts and floods West Street

Tap, water updated
Houses have been without water or seen low pressure since

Prolific burglar Patrick Nash in court after breaking into Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and taking petty cash

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, Acre Street, Lindley, Huddersfield.
The 47-year-old was caught after leaving some of his blood at the scene

Celebrity mum Kerry Katona tweets her support for Approved Food

Celebrity mum cashes in at cut-price food retailer

News

Yorkshire Building Society launches charity giveaway

Yorkshire Building Society members are raising money for causes by donating the pennies they earn on their accounts

Lindley residents left without water after major water pipe bursts and floods West Street

Tap, water updated
Houses have been without water or seen low pressure since

Prolific burglar Patrick Nash in court after breaking into Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and taking petty cash

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, Acre Street, Lindley, Huddersfield.
The 47-year-old was caught after leaving some of his blood at the scene

Sport

Armitage Bridge host Philip Oldfield Cup final on Monday between Thongsbridge and Meltham Under 17s

Battle for top junior honours

Why the transfer window should close for Huddersfield Town and everybody else before our season starts by Skybet chief Dale Tempest

Young players should not be pushed into transfer requests

New Huddersfield YMCA RU defence coach David Larder relishing the big challenge ahead

Bringing a more professional approach is a key objective for Sheffield Eagles man

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.

Videos & Photos

Pole Moor dairy farmer Neil Briggs reveals how he takes the milk direct from cows to customers

Pies and pints will contribute to Town's balance sheet

Huddersfield Town get percentage of food and drink sales at John Smith's Stadium

Artist's impression of the proposed £3.8m development at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Yorkshire Sculpture Park announce plans for new £3.8m visitor centre

Journalists

Doug Thomson
Huddersfield Town correspondent
Chris Roberts
Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent