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Salendine Nook

Salendine Nook lies two miles from Huddersfield town centre. Although not in the Doomsday Book, the area appears in history in the 16th century. It is believed the area gets its name from the greater celandine, part of the poppy family. “Nook” means secluded place or corner. So Salendine Nook could have been a secluded place where the celandines grew. Today Salendine Nook is home to Huddersfield New College, Salendine Nook High School and Huddersfield's YMCA at Laund Hill.


Madrid, Spain

Huddersfield set to be as warm as Madrid this weekend

But take a brolly with you as heavy showers are likely

Woman terrified by burglar in her home in early hours

Ferenc Hegedus jailed after Salendine Nook break-in

Heavy snow falling in Huddersfield with more to come throughout the day

Heavy snow in several areas as temperatures drop below freezing

Swamped Salendine Nook Surgery tells patients they can no longer book appointments

'Soup kitchen' accusations as patients left queuing at the practice in the morning

Hundreds of cyclists brave wind, rain and snow in Brian Robinson Challenge Ride

Cyclists brave the elements to raise £9k for charity

Jake Mangel Wurzel tells how he escaped blaze at makeshift home

'No-one to blame but me' says self-styled King of the Eccentrics

Visitors to Tolson museum battled with the elements on Wednesday.

The Big Freeze set to continue as Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens hints at a chilly summer

Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens hints of more sleet and snow

Fans' verdict: Huddersfield Town need more points and then investment

David Wagner can't yet count Town as safe

Is Spring about to burst into life in Huddersfield?

Continental air set to bring warmer weather to town

Fundraising drive launched in Huddersfield to help victims of Lahore blast

Canon Yaqub masih says it was the work of "brainwashed" people

Make the most of Good Friday for Easter could be wet and windy

Weatherman Paul Stevens forecasts strong winds and rain for Bank Holiday

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Woman breastfeeding her baby

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Schools close as winter weather bites back — Take a virtual tour of snowy Huddersfield

Schools close as winter bites back with a vengeance

Heavy snow blankets much of Huddersfield forcing schools to close

Snowfall to continue throughout the day as winter bites back with a vengeance

Thunder snow storm on the M62

Severe snow alert for Huddersfield - drivers warned to take extra care on M62

Up to 12cm could hit parts of the Pennines with heavy showers expected on high ground

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