Lindley

Huddersfield Dunkirk veteran recalls his rescue during the historic Second World War evacuation

Edward Oates - now 95 - helped load a hospital ship before finding a berth home on a Russian army ship

Marsh Lib A see off challenge of Brockholes B to win Huddersfield Association's billiards team knockout title

Marsh Lib A are the Huddersfield Snooker and Billiards Association’s billiards team knockout champions

Pennine Business Partners secure more clients

Lockwood-based marketing, HR and health and safety consultancy Pennine Business Partners has secured a string of contracts

Dream Homes: Gates Garth, Lindley

The house has its own function room with dancefloor and bar

News

Huddersfield Dunkirk veteran recalls his rescue during the historic Second World War evacuation

Edward Oates - now 95 - helped load a hospital ship before finding a berth home on a Russian army ship

Pennine Business Partners secure more clients

Lockwood-based marketing, HR and health and safety consultancy Pennine Business Partners has secured a string of contracts

Dream Homes: Gates Garth, Lindley

The house has its own function room with dancefloor and bar

Sport

Pete Barrow column: Top flight finale a real flop

But there are still surprises on the Premier League's final day

From grazing land to renowned stadium: The story of St James' Park, where Huddersfield Giants will play on Sunday

The famous football ground will host both codes of rugby this year

What happened next for the Huddersfield Town players who left the John Smith's Stadium last season?

Eight players departed Town for new clubs last summer, with Lee Peltier, Danny Ward and others following in January. Here's how they've got on, with varying degrees of success

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

Video: M62 driver on phone swerves across carriageway in police film announcing crackdown

Huddersfield Sports Centre, the proposed site for the axed Tesco store.

Huddersfield's own ice rink? What would you like to see in place of the axed Tesco store

Police investigation continues into alleged rape of 23-year-old man in Heckmondwike

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