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Tribute to Gorden Kaye
Actress Vicki Michelle’s tribute to her friend and ‘Allo ‘Allo co-star Gorden Kaye, whose funeral was held in Huddersfield today.
Bus crash leaves 14 people hurt
Police say that 14 people were injured in this bus crash earlier today.
Harry Gration shares a joke with David Wagner
You know it’s a big game when....
Yorkshire Tea recall collectable ceramics
Now that’s what I call a cracking brew...Yorkshire Tea have recalled a number of their teapots and mugs over fears some may crack during use.
A recall is in place for their branded ceramic products, including the Yorkshire Tea 1-litre Teapot, the Yorkshire Tea Teapot for One, the Yorkshire Tea Big Tea Mug and the Yorkshire Tea Milk Jug.
The Harrogate-based company say there have been “a small number of complaints from customers who reported that the base of the 1-litre Yorkshire Tea Teapot cracked or broke during normal use”.
A spokesperson added: “When teapots from the same batch were tested against the relevant British Safety Standard they did not crack. However, more extensive testing revealed the potential for fracture or breakages during normal use. Therefore, in the interests of our customers’ safety, we’ve taken the decision to implement a recall of all the ceramics made by the same manufacturer.”
Laura Crane Trust founder Jacqui Roeder dies
Jacquie Roeder, founder of the Laura Crane Trust has sadly passed away from cancer.
The mother of Laura Crane, who died aged 17 from cancer, has herself lost her battle with the disease.
A spokesperson for the Trust said this afternoon: “It is with great sadness that we inform supporters that Laura Crane’s mum and charity founder Jacquie Roeder has passed away following her own fight with cancer.
“Jacquie committed her time, talent and determination for many years to helping other, to ensure that Laura’s charity made a significant difference to the lives of others. The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust is the legacy of two incredibly brave and brilliant women.”
Jacquie, of Edgerton, was honoured as the Examiner’s Person of the Year in 2000, and awarded a Pride of Huddersfield award last year.
An obituary on her life and work will be in the Examiner on Tuesday.
Jodie Whittaker speaks out on sex assault storyline in Broadchurch
Skelmanthorpe actor Jodie Whittaker has told how the issue of sexual assault is “an important story to tell” in an interview on the upcoming series of Broadchurch.
Jodie, who plays one of the show’s leading characters Beth Latimer, told i News journalist Chloe Hamilton how it is important not to “forget that you are in a situation that is real life for some people” when acting serious storylines.
The new series of the crime series features Corrie and Happy Valley actor Julie Hesmondhalgh, who is the victim of a serious sexual assault.
Jodie added: “We read a lot of stuff to do with the number of sexual assaults that happen and the number that are reported… It’s really scary to think that there are that many people in Britain who have experienced something so devastating.”
Sheerman has his say on Blair's Brexit speech
Barry Sheerman has had his say on a controversial speech made this morning by Tony Blair.
The former PM claimed this morning that those who voted Remain in the EU referendum must “rise up”, adding Brexit was “not inevitable”.
His comments have understandably divided people.
The MP for Huddersfield tweeted his response to the comments, blasting Iain Duncan Smith for calling Blair “arrogant utterly undemocratic & completely out of touch” by saying “have you met IDS?”.
He added that he agreed with Blair that those who voted to leave “did not hand over a blank cheque”.
Friends share their memories of Gorden as BBC upload special episode
We’re enjoying hearing lots of lovely memories of Gorden this afternoon.
An episode of ‘Allo ‘Allo has been put on BBC iPlayer especially. The episode, called Pigeon Post, is one from the first series of the sitcom.
Pictured: Stars at Gorden Kaye's funeral
A few pictures from the service earlier.
Gorden Kaye's name misspelled on order of service
Looks like Gorden’s name has been misspelled on the order of service.
Not sure how that’s gone down with the family.
WATCH: Scene of bus crash on Penistone Road, Lepton
Here is the scene at Penistone Road where a bus collided with a Skoda estate car earlier.
The council have been on site sweeping up debris from the crash, which happened shortly before 11am.
Hearse arrives carrying Gorden Kaye
The hearse carrying Gorden Kaye has arrived at the church.
Pallbearers carried the coffin into the church to the music of On Ilkley Moor Baht’at.
Rev Simon Moore pays tribute
The Reverend has said Huddersfield has always been where Gorden wanted to be laid to rest. He said earlier: “It was where he started in life and where he wanted to end.”
In his speech at the service, he will pay tribute to the actor and how he “remained close to dear friends”, describing him as a “Yorkshireman at heart”.
Gorden kept friends and acquaintances in the town as he went on to star in all 84 episodes of ‘Allo ‘Allo as Rene the waitor.
Old friends arrive to pay their respects
An old friend of Gorden’s chats to vicar the Rev Cannon Simon Moore outside the church.
Media present as service gets underway
Looks like there are quite a lot of media there...
Crowds gathering outside church
Crowds are now gathering outside St Peters Church ahead of the service in 15 minutes.
Actor Sue Hodge pays respects
Sue Hodge, another co-star on sitcom ‘Allo ‘Allo, has also been chatting to media as she shows up to pay her respects.
Gorden died last month aged 75 of dementia at a care home in Knaresborough.
Mourners arrive to pay respects to Gorden Kaye
People are arriving at St Peter’s Church in Huddersfield for the funeral of Gorden Kaye.
Here is Gorden’s co-star in ‘Allo ‘Allo, Vicki Michelle, speaking before the service.
One person arrested following collision between bus and estate car
A spokeswoman for West Yorkshire Police says the collision was between a bus and a Skoda estate car.
Police were called to the scene near the junction with Woodsome Road at 10.50am.
One person has been arrested and another person has been taken to hospital. Their injuries are not thought to be serious. Updates expected shortly.
Collision on Penistone Road
We’re currently hearing reports of a collision on Penistone Road near the junction with Rowley Lane.
An eyewitness claims a bus has collided with a car.
More on this as we get it.
Gorden Kaye co-star pays tribute
Viki Michelle, who starred alongside Gorden Kaye as Yvette in ‘Allo ‘Allo, has paid tribute to her former co-star ahead of his funeral today.
The actor said: “He was part of my life for 15 to 20 years, he was like family. Sometimes he’d play pranks, sometimes he’d be serious and other times he seemed quite lonely. There were so many different sides to him.”
Missing girl found
A girl reported missing yesterday has now been found.
Lucy Battle, 16, was reported missing from her home in East Ardsley after visiting a fair on Wednesday evening. Police have said today that the teenager has been found safe and well.
Slow traffic in Berry Brow
Reports say traffic is currently very slow on Woodhead Road in Berry Brow heading into town.
When Harry met Wagner
Check out the moment Look North legend Harry Gration meets Terriers manager David Wagner!
The BBC just tweeted this short off-camera teaser of the two at PPG Canalside. You can see the full news story on tonight’s Look North.
Pictured: Motorcyclist injured following collision in Berry Brow
Police have released shocking images taken at the scene of a crash in Berry Brow on Wednesday evening.
The collision between a car and a motorcycle left one man (the motorcyclist) with a serious leg injury.
Eyewitnesses say the motorcycle was underneath the car with the cyclist trapped. Members of the public lifted the car up, pulled the bike and rider out before emergency services could get there.
The driver of the car was unhurt. A spokesperson said: “Enquiries into the cause of the collision are ongoing by our Roads Policing Unit.”
Giants lose to Salford Red Devils
Still reeling after the Giants’ loss to the Red Devils last night?
Huddersfield failed to serve up a first home win and suffered a crushing 30-20 defeat to Salford at John Smith’s Stadium.
David Ellam: Police confirm dog has been "destroyed"
Police have confirmed that the dog which attacked David Ellam has been destroyed.
A spokesman this morning said: “The dog was euthanised with consent of the owner in late 2016 after vets independently evaluated that it was suffering from a terminal illness and destruction was the most humane course of action.”
An Independent Police Complaints Commission investigation which was opened after it was claimed police seized the dog and returned it weeks before Mr Ellam’s death is still ongoing.
Funeral for Gorden Kaye to be held today
The funeral for ‘Allo ‘Allo star Gorden Kaye will be held in Huddersfield today.
The service will be held at St Peter’s Church on Byram Street at 12.30pm, and is set to feature a rendition of On Ilkley Moor Baht’at - Yorkshire’s unofficial anthem.
Stay with us and we’ll bring you updates from the service later this afternoon. You can read more about it and what it will involve here.
Mainly quiet on the roads
Traffic wise this morning there are not currently any major incidents. Things are busy on Wakefield Road heading from Brighouse towards Cooper Bridge.
Everything looks to be running smoothly on the M62 - there was some earlier congestion at Chain Bar eastbound but this has now cleared.
Traffic is also heavy on Huddersfield Road at Salterhebble, Halifax and on Huddersfield Road in Hipperholme.