Marsden

Marsden Mechanics Hall

Last chance to grill Colne Valley candidates with general election hustings in Marsden

All seven candidates will hold a public Q&A session

Drama with a side order of fish and chips

Fish and chips is our island nation on a plate, says playwright Deborah McAndrew.

Newsome clinch third Huddersfield District League Division One title in six years

Victory over Diggle seals the deal

Huddersfield’s Narrow Canal gets starring role on Blue Peter

TV slot for repairs on Marsden lock

News

Marsden Mechanics Hall

Last chance to grill Colne Valley candidates with general election hustings in Marsden

All seven candidates will hold a public Q&A session

Huddersfield’s Narrow Canal gets starring role on Blue Peter

TV slot for repairs on Marsden lock

Three Towers fundraising cycle riders pay tribute to fallen of World War One

Pedal for Pounds riders add an extra challenge - via Paris

Sport

Newsome clinch third Huddersfield District League Division One title in six years

Victory over Diggle seals the deal

Three Towers fundraising cycle riders pay tribute to fallen of World War One

Pedal for Pounds riders add an extra challenge - via Paris

Century from Museji Ahmed Bhoola not enough to help Shelley beat Barkisland in Drakes Huddersfield Cricket League Second XIs

Lewis Kenworthy stars in Honley victory

About Marsden

Marsden is a large village located seven miles west of the town centre of Huddersfield, sitting at the confluence between the River Colne and the Wessenden Brook. Marsden is surrounded on three sides by the high moors of Marsden and Meltham, with Saddleworth Moor being very close. Kirklees Council estimated in mid 2008 that the village had a population of 4,440. Marsden is also home the Marsden Silver Prize Band - a top level brass band - as well as the headquarters of the Holme Valley Mountain Rescue Team.

Videos & Photos

Schooldays of yesteryear from beyond Huddersfield

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Pictures: Proud Richard Palliser welcomes Tour de Yorkshire with huge mural

Grand Northern Ukulele Festival to return in May at Huddersfield Town Hall, Lawrence Batley Theatre and other venues

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