Second stage of managed motorway activated
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Raise pounds by losing pounds
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Police helciopter called to Wyke
Work to upgrade part of the M62 through West Yorkshire to a managed motorway took another step forward last night (Tuesday) when electronic signs on a second section were activated.
Former pupils and staff of Hipperholme Grammar School and the junior school formerly Lightcliffe Preparatory School are invited to a Brodleian reunion at the senior school on Friday, June 28, starting at 6.30pm.
Slimmers in Bailiff Bridge and Wyke have been dropping the pounds in weight to raise pounds in cash for charity.
Families in Clifton came together for their village football team’s first ever fun day.
Calder Valley MP Craig Whittaker has launched the We Made It! competition.
Councillors and police are still in talks to discourage anti social behaviour around a derelict pub in Rastrick.
Leeds United and Huddersfield Town will face each other for the first time next season on Saturday October 6, when the Whites make the short trip to the John Smiths Stadium.
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Leeds United will kick off the 2013/14 Championship campaign at home to Brighton as Brian McDermott begins his first full season as boss.
Brighouse Juniors Football Club have been celebrating another successful campaign with their presentation and signing on day.
Rastrick under 15s kept their winning run going at home to Broad Oak where they recorded their highest score of the season at 135 for three.
Brighouse Rangers have re-appointed a former coach from their National Conference days as head coach.
Brighouse Rangers Ladies team member Zoe Patchett has been selected to train with the England’s Students squad, writes Charlotte Henbest.
The family of a man who suffers from two rare and debilitating bone marrow disorders is organising a concert next month to raise funds for the charity which has helped him.
Waring Green Community Centre is calling all members to their AGM on Monday at 7.15pm.
It was the long, hot summer of 1976, flares, platform soles and afros were all the rage - and British soul band The Real Thing broke new ground when they reached the top of the charts with You To Me Are Everything.
John Scott, an organist of international fame, is currently director of music at New York’s principal Anglican Church - St Thomas’ Church on Fifth Avenue.
Brighouse singer-songwriter Roger Davies is on tour this summer performing tracks from his latest album ‘Songs in Plain English’.
ABrighouse man who overcame cancer 18 years ago is organising a special concert to raise money for the hospital ward where he was treated. Paul Muszanskyj, a graphic designer and musician, is putting the finishing touches to the evening of music and fun which will be held on Saturday, June 22 - the 18th anniversary of his remission from cancer. Paul, of Bailiff Bridge, was 33 when he was diagnosed with lymphoma in 1995. For the next six months, he was treated by the specialist cancer team on Ward 15 at Bradford Royal Infirmary.
Hipperholme Grammar Junior School is now a familiar name and place on Wakefield Road at Hipperholme but as time goes by fewer people will remember what it used to be called.
Now I wonder what these two mothers were thinking as they approached the photographer on this summer’s day in July 1970.
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Organisers of the first ever Brighouse 1940s weekend have hailed the event as a huge success and plans are already in place to make it an annual event.1 comment
It was on February 6 1952 when an Echo reporter walked to the Brighouse Magistrates Court and handed a hand written note to the Magistrates’ Clerk Mr Clegg.
When the going gets tough, Kirsty and Richard Knowles and their friends get going.
The history books tell us that the morning of Sunday September 3 1939 was bright and sunny. At 10am the BBC told its listeners to standby for an announcement of national importance. Every 15 minutes listeners were told that the Prime Minister would make announcement at 11.15am.
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