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.

Cancer sufferer Brian Lockwood's wedding arranged in an hour after his condition worsened

Family and staff in tears at bedside ceremony at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

Man stabbed in 'domestic incident' in Lockwood

The injured man suffered wounds to his back and is in a stable condition in hospital

Huddersfield Rugby Union Club anxious to find relatives of wartime hero John Melville Taylor

Former player killed while on RAF bombing mission to Berlin in 1941

Pennine Business Partners secure more clients

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

Nick Brook of TaxAssist Accountants

David Cameron "must deliver" on promises to business

Nick Brook, of TaxAssist Acccountants, says local firms want rapid action by the new government on business issues

Force helicopter called in as ex-prisoner on licence led police on car chase

Court hears, Mohammed Khaliq drove on the wrong side of the road and jumped red lights as he raced through Lockwood and Crosland Moor

Dave and Josh Wenzel will meet in the first father son showdown in Huddersfield Snooker final

Steve Berry wins Huddersfield Billiards Handicap final beating holder Matthew Peaker

Business Profile: Steve Bradley, of Pennine Business Partners

Working down the pit held no attractions for Steve Bradley, of Lockwood-based Pennine Business Partners

Underdogs Golcar Con lift Kirklees Sunday League's Trophy

AFC Emley end season with draw at Hallam

Peter Ustinov Aston Martin for sale

A 1962 Aston Martin DB4 once owned by actor Peter Ustinov is up for auction

Huddersfield Snooker Association reveal six billiards players who have topped a ton

Marsh's Graham Wright produces best snooker break in latest round of matches

New book looks at history of trolleybuses in Huddersfield

Photographs also capture how Huddersfield looked in the 1940s, 50s and 60s

Thousands of Huddersfield properties at risk of flooding

New study of Environment Agency figures reveals risks

Videos & Photos

Scammonden's Moorland Lodge goes up for sale after 40 years

Adele Jackson beats off competition from hundreds to land place on four-strong team to Antarctica

Man, 23, sexually assaulted in Heckmondwike


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