Meltham

Denis Kilcommons: Comfort food

Pobs was a comfort food: bread broken into pieces and covered in hot milk with sugar sprinkled on top

Historic Pule Hill memorial cross restored in time for Remembrance service

Villagers vow to continue annual tradition

Dalton need last-gasp strike from Jack Senior to beat Mooreside Colts in Get Smart Kirklees Sunday League

Lowly side unlucky not to get a point for their efforts

Four Huddersfield District League football clubs in draw for second round of Sheffield & Hallamshire County Cup

Shepley come through testing clash against Handsworth

Meltham Golf Club Tigers retain trophy in annual match against Rabbits

Total of £250 raised for captain's charities

News

Historic Pule Hill memorial cross restored in time for Remembrance service

Villagers vow to continue annual tradition

'Mean and greedy' Huddersfield carer Janet Kaye helped burglar steal from homes of vulnerable OAPs she was meant to help

Janet Kaye
Kaye, 55, claimed she was acting under pressure when she helped Craig Armitage to take valuable property and hundreds of pounds in cash from homes in Brighouse and Huddersfield

Property of the Week: Sunny Bank road in Meltham

Meltham couple Phil and Angie Evans are on the move to a new life in Tywyn, a small seaside town in west Wales

Sport

Dalton need last-gasp strike from Jack Senior to beat Mooreside Colts in Get Smart Kirklees Sunday League

Lowly side unlucky not to get a point for their efforts

Four Huddersfield District League football clubs in draw for second round of Sheffield & Hallamshire County Cup

Shepley come through testing clash against Handsworth

Meltham Golf Club Tigers retain trophy in annual match against Rabbits

Total of £250 raised for captain's charities

About Meltham

Meltham is a small town situated below Wessenden Moor, four-and-a-half miles south west from the town centre of Huddersfield. On the edge of the Peak District National Park, Meltham was estimated in 2005 to have a population of 8,600. Meltham is within close reach of several major cities, including Bradford, Leeds and Sheffield. The valley has been inhabited since pre-historic times, with two Iron Age sites overlooking the town.

Videos & Photos

Radiographers on strike outside Huddersfield Royal Infirmary as part of the nationwide strike for a pay rise. Picture shows Vicky Woodward in front of colleagues.

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary radiographers strike in protest at pay

David Gilhooley with two of his sketches

Hepworth artist David Gilhooley plans to be quick on the draw

Kirklees Business Week hailed a stunning success

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