Milnsbridge

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.

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BBC Countryfile feature for Huddersfield off-road wheelchair group

Experience Community linked up with John Craven at Dove Stones reservoir

Concerns over road plans for Skelmanthorpe

Council insist surface dressing is sound repair for roads

Obituary: Adrian Baxter

Tribute to one of town's leading musicians who set up prestigious Wind Band and inspired generations

The car in the canal at Milnsbridge

Car ends up in Milnsbridge canal

Police alerted after car is nearly fully submerged in canal

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.

Soldier Dwayne Willie remanded in custody after breaching bail conditions

Twenty-nine-year-old appears at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Man who slit his own throat in court faces wounding charge over injured court security guard

Gary Bell appeared at Kirklees Magistrates' Court charged with unlawful and malicious wounding

Milnsbridge's Red and Green Club back after securing new licence

Historic club aiming to be at the heart of community again

The Luddites were here

Photographer Richard Littlewood has spent two years capturing images of textile mills in the Colne Valley.

Stotts Coaches adds to its fleet

Two new Volvo coaches with a host of extras have been added to the fleet by Milnsbridge-based Stotts Coaches

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LOOK: Gale-force winds batter Kirklees and Calderdale overnight

Firefighters called to deal with flooding risk at B&B

Easter Bunny Anne Blackbur pictured with Evie Godfrey, 6 and Josie Beckwith, 5

Easter 2015: FREE things to do in the holidays

Have fun in the Easter holidays without spending a penny

Business Profile: Mike Parkinson, of Parky's Bistro

Taekwando sessions help chef Mike Parkinson let off steam after a busy week at his business, Parky's Bistro

Robert Read in action for Lindley WMC

Robert Read made the top break in the Huddersfield Open Snooker League

Lindley's main man notches half century

Denis Kilcommons: Bygone pubs around Folly Hall and Chapel Hill

Grey Horse, The Commercial, Odd Fellows, Poets Corner, Black Bull

Home Mills fashions a whole new image

The former Lindsays Allsorts at Milnsbridge has been given a new look to create Home Mills

£30m cycling boost welcomed, but let's get the routes right for all, says Mirfield councillor Martyn Bolt

Clr Martyn Bolt on the £30m cycling funding announced by the government this week

Videos & Photos

Fans' ratings: See how Huddersfield Town supporters rated the Terriers after the 2-2 comeback draw with Blackburn Rovers

Four arson attacks in two days as firebugs target the former Deighton centre and land nearby

Archive pictures of Huddersfield's manufacturing history

LOOK: Mill memories! Archive pictures of Huddersfield's proud manufacturing heritage

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