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.

Huddersfield youngster Oliver Brooke making an impact in karting scene

Salendine Nook student looking to step up next season to Minimax series

Accident victim Tony Atkins
Traffic on New Hey Road in Salendine Nook after the incident

Pensioners injured after collision with van in Salendine Nook

Van driver stopped at the scene following collision at 8.02am near New Hey Road

Travellers pitch up at the former Motor World site in Pennine Business Park

Around a dozen caravans and vans arrived over the weekend - moving a concrete barrier into the road to gain access

Winter in Huddersfield is on its way - but it won't be as bad as snows in USA

Weather watchers can forget about a mild winter to match last year

Huddersfield Ebola doc tells of tragedy on the ground in Sierra Leone

Dr Geraldine O'Hara returns from Africa after volunteering to fight killer disease crisis

Huddersfield District League sides take a knock in the Sheffield Challenge Cup

Holmbridge still involved after postponement

Will it be wet or cold? Or a combination of both?

What will winter in Huddersfield be like? Local forecaster and Met Office give their predictions

As the Met Office warned of an unusually mild, wet and windy winter, Salendine Nook-based Mr Stevens said he believed the forecast had a different look about it

Pregnant Salendine Nook woman trapped in flat - after giant TV falls downstairs

Woman stuck in flat after old TV falls against front door

Berry Brow fly the flag for the Huddersfield and District League

Brow enjoy County Cup success over Thackley

High scoring games order of the day in Huddersfield District League

Berry Brow's Alec Thomas hits four and still ends on losing side

File photo dated 08/02/12 of a pupil at work in a classroom as more children are reaching the standards expected of them in the three Rs by the time they leave primary school, new figures show. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday August 28, 2014. But tens of thousands of youngsters are still failing to achieve the expected level in reading, writing and maths. The results of this year's national curriculum tests - known as Sats - show a four percentage point improvement in the proportion of 11-year-olds gaining at least a Level 4 - the standard expected of the age group, in the basics. See PA story EDUCATION Tests. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Battle for school places rages on as the Examiner reveals the most popular schools in Kirklees and Calderdale

Find out just how over or under-subscribed your local school is here

Local football

Giant killing duo to meet in Huddersfield FA Challenge Cup

The two surprises came from Third Division AFC Lindley and Fourth Division Salendine Nook, both of whom beat Second Division opposition, writes Roger Furniss

Huddersfield doctor Geraldine O'Hara on ebola front line in Africa

Dr O’Hara is working with a team from Médecins Sans Frontières in west Africa but the team have hit problems

Videos & Photos

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