It's been an exciting two days for the Save Huddersfield A&E Battle Bus, and we've recieved some fantastic support from the people of Huddersfield on our travels.

After a tricky start on Tuesday (thanks to nightmare traffic on the M62), we hit the road to shout Hands Off HRI across Huddersfield, from St George's Square to the University, Holme Moss, Calderdale Royal Hospital and beyond.

We also visited the Huddersfield Town and Huddersfield Giants players, who were keen to show their support — and fabulous campaigners from the Let's Save Huddersfield A&E group were with us every step of the way.

Here are some of our favourite moments from the Battle Bus trail:

Hitting the road with #HandsOffHRI

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Our first day of action didn't start exactly as planned — because our Battle Bus was stuck on the M62, in queues cause by roadworks that caused chaos for commuters this morning.

But it didn't dampen our spirits — when the bus arrived we were raring to go.

Town players back campaign

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We paid a visit to PPG Canalside on Tuesday, where Huddersfield Town were training — and they were keen to back the #HandsOffHRI campaign! The first team players took a break from training to make this fantastic campaign video for us — clive above to watch.

Huddersfield had its say

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Plenty of people came to see the Battle Bus in St George's Square, as well as sign the petition, take posters, leaflets and stickers and made some noise about the campaign! We asked you what you thought of the Right Care Right Time Right Place proposals and you had your say.

Conquering Holme Moss

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On Tuesday we tackled the mighty Holme Moss in our Battle Bus — and made it to the top! It was freezing at the top, but a hardy band of protesters were waiting there for us, keen to support the campaign and chant #HandsOffHRI from one of the highest points of Huddersfield!

Phoebe the dog sang the blues

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Meet Phoebe, the Cocker Spaniel who is not happy about proposals for Huddersfield's A&E and Slaithwaite Health Centre. Dressed up to meet the Battle Bus, Phoebe certainly knew how to make a noise about #HandsOffHRI!

We got stuck in traffic... deliberately!

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Our first destination on Wednesday was Calderdal Royal Hospital — and to highlight how hard it can be to get to Halifax A&E, we drove straight into the traffic on the Elland bypass. Other cars beeped their horns in support — the journey took 35 minutes — frightening when every minute counts in an emergency situation.

The Giants made some noise

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We met the Huddersfield Giants at their training ground on Wednesday and they were happy to back our campaign! Players signed the petition, waved posters and told us why they backed #HandsOffHRI — take a look at the video above.

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