Milnsbridge is around two miles west of Huddersfield town centre. The name is said to have derived from the water-powered mill and the bridge that stood alongside it in the 13th century. Sited in the Colne Valley, the Huddersfield Narrow Canal runs through Milnsbridge close to the River Colne. The area has a rich textile heritage and former Prime Minister Harold Wilson went to primary school at the then New Street School.

Comedian Ken Dodd who will star at The Palladium in the Autumn

Comedian Ken Dodd to grace charity auction for Milnsbridge's United Churches Healing Ministry Organisation

The bumper event is being organised by terminal cancer sufferer, Jill Moorhouse, in a bid to expand counselling services

Spooky goings on

A healing white spirit, a devil dog and a phantom bingo player - 7 tales of spooky paranormal activity in haunted Huddersfield

Plus check out our gallery of things that have gone bump in the night across the UK - if you dare...

Harold Wilson Prime Minister drinks a pint of beer 1974

What did Harold Wilson ever do for me? We look at the Huddersfield-born Prime Minister's life in politics

Take a look back at the life on one of Huddersfield's most famous sons in our report and pictures

50 years ago today: Huddersfield's Harold Wilson becomes Prime Minister (for the first time anyway)

Huddersfield-born politician remembered as major social reformer

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

Part of a £10,000 cannabis haul found in a police raid on premises in Milnsbridge

£10,000 Milnsbridge cannabis haul leads to four arrests

Drugs cut, dried and ready to be sold on streets

Toilet, loo

Huddersfield town centre landmark building restored

Landmark Tite's Buildings have been regenerated to become student flats

David Mitchell

Murder accused David Mitchell changes plea in court

New hearing for Milnsbridge death case

Incident at Crow Lane Park, off Crow Lane, Milnsbridge. Police tape seals off the children's play area next to Crow Lane primary school

Woman, 24, seriously sexually assaulted in Milnsbridge park attack

Police say the woman, who did not need hospital treatment, is now being helped by specially-trained officers

Incident at Crow Lane Park, off Crow Lane, Milnsbridge. Police tape seals off the children's play area next to Crow Lane primary school

Police investigating serious sexual assault next to Milnsbridge primary school in early hours

A crime scene has been taped off in a park adjacent to Crow Lane Primary School

Nostalgia: This week we take a look back at who was making the pages of the Examiner in September, 1986

Miss Examiner Tracy O’Hehir judged the floats and fancy dress when Golcar Royal British Legion Club celebrated its diamond jubilee with a parade and carnival

Rachel Gledhill (left) with Wayne and Wendy Stubbs

Property trader masterminded a £3m mortgage fraud on homes in London, Kent and Huddersfield, court told

His girlfriend Rachel Gledhill from Milnsbridge claimed to be earning £67,000 a year as a self-employed IT consultant

Fly tipping on George Street, Milnsbridge, Huddersfield

Driving instructor Michael Pawsey demands action after reporting fly-tipping at Milnsbridge while on a lesson

Two men seen dumping rubbish from back of a van - but so far no action says furious instructor

Sabiq Arshad, Assistant Manager of Aldi in Milnsbridge,Clr Hilary Richards and Polly McGrail, Chair of Milnsbridge Enhancement Group welcome the new solar light
Cancer patient Jill Moorhouse (left) - with UCHM Managing Director Helga Taylor - launches fundraising for UCHM who have given her counselling

Terminal cancer sufferer Jill Moorhouse launches bid to expand counselling services at Milnsbridge's United Churches Healing Ministry Organisation

Jill, 48, has been visiting the New Street centre since last year and hopes that money raised will help create a safe space and a new conference room

Milnsbridge Red and Green Club raises around £1,000 to give medical aid and back an education project for Palestinians

Dozens of people dug deep in their pockets when they attended a Bank Holiday jamboree at the Red and Green Club, Milnsbridge to raise money for Palestinians in need.

Bridge Schoolwear opens as Rawcliffes gets set to close

A schoolwear shop has opened in Milnsbridge - just weeks before the closoure of long-standing retailer Rawcliffes

Meltham man found with cannabis claimed that it had been left in bin bags at the side of the road

Ryan Hirst, of Wetlands Road in Meltham, admitted possession of the class B drug at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Videos & Photos

'Harry's got the lot' say young Huddersfield Town stars on Bunn's recent performances

New Starters 2014: all our pictures of Huddersfield kids on their first days at school in one place

Abigail Harris, 12, of Dewsbury, who was killed in a road accident on Gran Canaria

Family of 12-year-old Abigail Harris mown down in Gran Canaria in 2010 still don't know if justice was done


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