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.
There will be dancing in the street when singers, musicians and entertainers take over Brighouse town centre during 1940s weekend.
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.
Lower Wyke Moravian Church is celebrating its spring festival this month.
ln his long police career, Bob Bridgestock spent his days, and many nights too, dealing with true crimes - murders, suspicious deaths, sexual assaults, drug busts - in Calderdale and Kirklees.
Young performers from Brighouse theatre school Exit 25 are taking to the stage at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds on Saturday with one of their most challenging productions.
Young performers from Act 1 Theatre School will be making a song and dance at Brighouse Civic Hall this month.
In the week, Diane Wade wears a smart business suit to her job as a college lecturer, but at the weekend she transforms herself into a self-confessed, leather-clad rock chick.
We’ve got dozens of homes for sale in the latest edition of the Brighouse Echo property section.
Robbie Williams hits the road this summer for a series of dates across the UK and Europe that mark his first solo stadium shows since the 2006 Close Encounters tour.
Rod Dimbleby discovered a talent for telling stories about 10 years ago - and now his skills of a weaver of words are in demand all over Yorkshire.
Yorkshire artists will be bringing bracing sea views to Brighouse in the exhibition In the Harbour which opens on Saturday.
- GCSE results for Brighouse High
- Calderdale Heritage walks reveal estate’s historic past
- Former RAF man drank 12 pints before London Marathon
- Former Prime Minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher dies - Sir Bernard Ingham calls her the “outstanding 20th century Prime Minister”
- High UK child death rates unfairly blamed on GPs
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Weather for Halifax
Thursday 23 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 10 C
Wind Speed: 25 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 6 C to 10 C
Wind Speed: 32 mph
Wind direction: North east