Pupils’ day at the races
Wilson holds his nerve to steer ‘Cliffe to victory
Brighouse fail to beat the weather and cup foes
Bowlers fail in legal bid to stop sale of club and g...
Rolling back the years in vintage style
Youngsters help to shape future of parks in Rastrick
Brighouse High School has re-submitted plans for an astro-turf pitch within its grounds.
A couple’s son travelled from the other side of the world to surprise them on their wedding anniversary.
Youngsters experienced a day at the races at St Andrew’s Junior School, Brighouse, and raised much needed funds for their school.
Members of a troubled bowling club have failed in their bid to gain access to the green so that they can continue to play in the West Yorkshire league.
Glitz and glamour at the prom Picture gallery
Students from Brighouse High School danced away and enjoyed the glitz and the glamour of their end of year prom.
There will be dancing in the street when singers, musicians and entertainers take over Brighouse town centre during 1940s weekend.
Brighouse Rangers, as is the norm with their articles of association, are once again inviting applications for a head coach for the 2013-14 season.
The weather forecasters had predicted an “horrendous” day for Rabbit Captains Day at Crow Nest Golf Club.
Clifton Rangers under 16s need just one point from their last game to win the Huddersfield League title for the second time in three years following a hard-fought 5-3 win at Crossleys.
Brighouse Rangers beat Pennine ARL Division One third-placed side Birkenshaw last Saturday, just to show what could have been achieved had they turned out a fit squad every week.
Lightcliffe progressed in the Priestley Cup competition after beating Yeadon by three wickets in a second round tie.
Brighouse Cricket Club’s chances of following up last week’s double success was thwarted by the poor weather.
New member Georgie Jessop is taking a leading role in Calderdale Theatre School’s next production, ‘The Monkey King’.
There was the savage hound that lived in a ravine in the Yorkshire Dales and slaughtered the man, fortified by a few pints of beer, who tried to confront it. There was the ghost of Sir Walter Calverley who rode a headless steed and hunted down unwary travellers passing through Bradford.
New artists - rather than old masters - will be on view as part of the ‘Fresh Faces’ exhibition at the Harrison Lord Gallery in Brighouse.
Talented local artists and craftspeople will be displaying their works at a special art weekend being held next month in Rastrick, which will also have a musical flavour.
Pupils from four primary schools waltzed their way to success in the annual Rastrick ballroom dance competition.
Tickets will go onsale for Brighouse’s second arts festival on Saturday, June 1.
It is difficult to imagine these two photographs were taken almost a century apart (1912 / 2012) and shows a section of Thornton Square and some of the changes it has gone through.
TONIGHT (Thursday) at the Barge, it’s the weekly jam session with Dean.
l Martin and Lauren Cockram at the Clough House are advertising for a new chef.
Retail giant Tesco has submitted proposals for its new Express store on Wakefield Road, Hipperholme.
In this photograph are some of the members of the Lightcliffe Drum and Bugle Corps entertaining shoppers as they go about their Christmas shopping in December 1987.
I wonder how many readers can recall sitting out in the summer sun watching and listening to a brass band playing in the bandstand in Rydings Park.
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Weather for Halifax
Friday 24 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 10 C
Wind Speed: 32 mph
Wind direction: North east
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Wind Speed: 16 mph
Wind direction: North