Lockwood

Lockwood sits around a mile to the south west of Huddersfield town centre and to the west of the River Holme. Historically, the area was called North Crosland but was renamed when taken over by the Lockwood family. Lockwood has a train station and also the 32-arched Grade II listed viaduct. It is also home to engineering firm David Brown's Park Works site.

Pennine Business Partners promote voucher scheme

Steve Bradley is helping local firms access advice and guidance under the government's Growth Vouchers programme

Parnell Reilly drives off into the sunset - Bradley Park professional retires after 33 years

End of an era at Huddersfield golf course

Huddersfield closed Table Tennis champs Darren Lindley

Woodfield Park back on top in the Huddersfield Table Tennis League

Deighton put to the sword in impressive style

LOOK - Young Terriers enjoy watching Huddersfield Town in training for Nottingham Forest clash and meeting manager Chris Powell and his players

Exciting times for club's youngest supporter group

Huddersfield's newest sports club bowled over with members at Greenhead Park

Huddersfield Petanque Club is growing in popularity since it began six months ago

The three care homes in our report

Squalid conditions in Huddersfield care homes which broke promise to improve

Huddersfield care homes break promise to improve as regulator reveals three under watchdog enforcement action

Winners of class 7, Pianoforte Solo: Samuel Fitzsimons of Uppermill (2nd), Nicole Jessop of New Mill (1st) and Esme Marper of Highburton (3rd)

Holmfirth Musical Festival 69th Annual Competition - the results

Read all the winners from the competition at Holmfirth Civic Hall last week

Clrs Karen Allison, Julie Stewart-Turner and Andrew Cooper on pothole patrol in the Newsome ward

Pothole patrol for councillors surveying streets to log all road holes - send us your pictures

Three Green Party councillors wanted to know how far the pothole problem stretches in their ward

Kirklees Business Week hailed a stunning success

Almost 800 people were involved in the Kirklees Business Conference at the John Smith's Stadium

Cumberworth miss out on first win of season at Battyeford in RCD Huddersfield Junior League Under 12s

Persistence pays off for home side at West Mill Playing Fields

Daniel Craig as James Bond

What do Barack Obama, Tom Cruise and James Bond have in common? Huddersfield of course!

Huddersfield textile firms, who have made cloth for some of the world's sharpest suits, are jetting out to China on a trade mission

Revealed: list of streets where new parking permit charges could be introduced by Kirklees Council

Thousands of residents across 160 streets can look forward to the possibility of forking out to park outside their front door

Mark Gledhill Crowthe,r and Shaw

Crowther & Shaw secures Safecontractor status

Lockwood-based Crowther & Shaw has been recognised for its high standards of health and safety management

Obituary: Stalwart cricket player and official Roy Kilner

Well-known teacher at Holmfirth High

Business leaders welcome Kingsgate Centre expansion plans

Cinema and restaurants will help keep people in Huddersfield into the evening

Hester Longstaff for Huddersfield Ladies Dragons v Slazengers

Huddersfield Dragons Ladies keep up winning form

Victory over Hallam ensures Lockwood Park outfit maintain top spot

Videos & Photos

Art has no boundaries for Chikako Morishita

Huddersfield Town chief executive Nigel Clibbens says no effort will be spared to plot steady Championship progress for the club

Huddersfield Town v Nottingham Forest: Everything you need to know about this weekend's game

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