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07:17, 20 FEB 2015
Modern methods to repair Marsden's historic Packhorse Trail
Airlift aid for Moor volunteers
Get fit in 2015: 5 free ways to work out in Huddersfield
Looking to shed those post-Christmas pounds? Here's five ideas
Historic Pule Hill memorial cross restored in time for Remembrance service
Villagers vow to continue annual tradition
First we had the wrong kind of leaves, now it's the wrong kind of grass on Marsden Moor!
National Trust crews have been flailing about on the moorland estate – all in the name of conservation
University of Huddersfield
WATCH: Huddersfield duo releases A Huddersfield Love Song in tribute to their favourite town
Crooks and Claridge sing about Greenhead Park, Marsden Moor, the university and more in musical tribute to town
Colne Valley Museum
Canadian artist turned Huddersfield resident Di Carey creates stunning photographic exhibition in homage to Colne Valley
Photographer's work will be exhibited at the Colne Valley Museum in Golcar until September 28
Colne Valley MP takes part in volunteer week
Colne Valley MP Jason McCartney swapped Whitehall for the wilds of Marsden Moor as he took part in a volunteering week.
Summer holiday fun: 15 ways to spend sunny days in Huddersfield
Activities and attractions for when the sun has got his hat on
Summer holidays in Huddersfield: ten FREE days out
Enjoy days out with all the family that don't cost a penny this summer
Is today the last day of the French farm in St George's Square?
Have you seen the French farm which appeared on Wednesday in Huddersfield? It could be your last chance today - see our report in numbers of what's in there
Business profile: Carlton Littleford of Carlton Alarms
Carlton Littleford has been helping keep premises safe and secure as owner of Berry Brow-based Carlton Alarms
Ashley Jackson captures Yorkshire landscape - without brushes and paint
Yorkshire’s most famous watercolour artist Ashley Jackson is aiming to capture a changing landscape – without his trademark brushes and paint
Horse riders urged to back Examiner Charity Challenge
Charity appeal to Huddersfield's horse-riders
Business Profile: Business Connector's Jonathan Wales
Bank manager Jonathan Wales has been seconded to a one-year role helping businesses connect with good causes
National Trust to explore Marsden Moor's Mesolithic heritage
The stories behind ancient ‘hidden’ communities on Marsden Moor are set to be unearthed
It's Our World: Yorkshire Water and National Trust lead project to restore Pennine peat moorlands.
A million pound project to restore our fragile bu valuable peat moorlands is taking off.
Lawrence Batley Theatre
Colne Valley folk duo O'Hooley and Tidow new album inspired by Golcar factory
They met on the humble surroundings of the Huddersfield gig circuit - now O’Hooley and Tidow are bona fide hot property on the UK folk scene
Volunteers sought for Marsden Moor estate
The National Trust is looking for new volunteers for a variety of roles.
It’s Our World: Marsden Moor hosts New Year welcome walk
That’s the appeal of countryside volunteers who want people to appreciate the beauty of the local countryside
Willing helpers set a trust record
A record number of more than 70,000 people are volunteering for the National Trust, according to new figures.
Let’s make the most of Marsden Moor say National Trust
They have launched a new campaign promoting the Moor as a great destination for the Autumn
Volunteer praise after MP Jason McCartney’s summer work experience
The work of countless volunteers has been praised by a local MP
West Yorkshire News
Birds of prey threat discussion at Marsden Moor National Trust fair
THREATS posed to birds of prey by climate change will be highlighted at a National Trust fair, at Marsden, this weekend.
West Yorkshire News
It’s Our World: Experience the dawn chorus and a cuckoo in Marsden
EARLY risers and nature lovers are being invited on a Dawn Chorus walk around Marsden this Sunday.