Marsh

Marsh is around a mile from Huddersfield town centre via Trinity Street and Westbourne Road. At the 2001 census the population was recorded as 4,482. It is said that the area is so-called because it was wetland before it was reclaimed. Huddersfield actor James Mason, who starred in North by Northwest, Lolita and The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel, was raised on Croft House Lane which runs through Marsh and neighbouring Edgerton.

Marsh Conservative Club is new home of the Huddersfield Table Tennis League

Informal launch and trophies on display November 15

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.

Michael Missin threatened to kill his former partner after she withdraw money out of their bank account

Missin, of Lindley, was warned by Kirklees magistrates that he faces prison

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Bobby Campbell and wife Paula celebrate the discontinuation of the fraud case against them at Leeds Crown Court

WATCH: Former Bradford City, Huddersfield Town and Aston Villa striker Bobby Campbell cleared of fraud charges

The case was formally discontinued by the Crown Prosecution Service today

Robert Read in action for Lindley WMC

Robert Read break tops a ton for Lindley

Robert Read made a great break of 109 for Lindley WMC’s A team in their win over Paddock Conservatives A

Satnam Singh is going to skydive for Kirkwood Hospice - despite being terrified of heights

Huddersfield man Satnam Singh takes leap of faith to raise money for Kirkwood Hospice - despite being terrified of heights

Satnam, 38, decided to put himself to the test and overcome his fear of ladders

Kirklees Magistrates Court

Trainee nurse Bethany Foxton is banned from the road after driving while twice the legal limit

The 19-year-old had had intended to sleep in her car for the night after a row with friends in Marsh

The Nash family's favourite shot of Isaac

Fundraising events for Isaac Nash Trust as total soars to over £40,000

Twelve-year-old Isaac Nash lost his life after being swept out to sea at Anglesey on August 29

Jason McCartney MP, Head Boy James Leslie, Head Girl Hannah Gilkar and Year Three form tutor Fiona Smith bury the time capsule

Youngsters at Huddersfield Grammar School bury time capsule

Kindergarten kids plant memories for when they leave school

Fancy being in charge of your own pub? Three well-known Huddersfield watering holes looking for new bosses

Pub companies invest hundreds of thousands in Huddersfield licensed premises

Clr Judith Hughes

Greenhead councillor Judith Hughes axed by Labour from standing for ward election again in 2015

She lost out to former Crosland Moor councillor Carole Pattison

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.

Lindley heroin addict Ricky Walker bit shop staff after hiding joints of beef under his jacket, court told

Walker, of Lindley, admitted targeting seven stores in the Huddersfield area

Eldon Road, Marsh

What's in a name when it comes to house prices? We compare streets with the same name in the capital to places in Huddersfield

Huddersfield streets where homes sell for a fraction of their London counterparts

Catherine Taylor-True, 51, who died in a road traffic collision in Shepley

Tributes paid to Shepley crash victim Catherine Taylor-True

Catherine Taylor-True, 51, died in the crash involving her Vauxhall Corsa and a Range Rover on Penistone Road

Road traffic accident at the junction of Marsh Lane, Shepley and New Mill Road. Emergency service crews at the accident scene.

Police appeal after fatal crash on Shepley road

Fire crews and police attend incident and police launch an appeal for witnesses

wage slip, money, cash

Has your child got their new MCard bus pass? If not, it's full fare from Wednesday

Despite Metro's best efforts – including press releases, letters to schools and notices at bus stops and on buses – many youngsters and schools have remained unaware of the changes

Videos & Photos

Upset as thieves strip lead off Scissett church roof

Kirklees politicians demand wheels be put in motion to create influential 'cycling champion' for the area

Kate Adie (right) with Prof Alison Fell at Huddersfield Town Hall

Huddersfield Literature Festival to be staged from March 5-15 2015

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