What is our town of Batley becoming? On Tuesday June 8 we had a match against Birkenshaw Park Bowling Club at our green at Wilton Park.
On Friday June 28 we are inviting all ex-pupils of St Patrick’s Catholic School, Darley Street, Heckmondwike, to come into the Holy Spirit School,
I know as little as Sarah Hall when it comes to knowing whose face is on the back of our bank notes. (News June 6)
Following the allegations of voting fraud in Dewsbury last May it isn’t surprising that the Electoral Commission, (EC), are keeping an eye on Kirklees Council, and some 14 others, in a crackdown on voting fraud,
In response to Viv Laycock once again pointing the finger at Pyenot hall lane for every bit of disruption that occurs in Cleckheaton.
Have I missed something regarding the recycling issues?
Our doctors’ health centre took the advice of the Health Department and reverted from an 0844 telephone number to a BT number in January.
Many years aho I read the true story of John Lee who was sentenced to hanh in 1885 for the murder of a woman who lived at Babbacombe, near Torquay.
After attending the recent “Meeting The Challenge” evening at Dewsbury Town Hall, I think it’s time to face the facts that A&E, children’s services and the maternity unit, are largely being moved to Pinderfields.
May I, on behalf of Spen Valley Civic Society, publicly thank everyone who was involved in the successful Cleckheaton event last Saturday, marking the 10th anniversary of Savoy Square, opened in 2003 after being transformed from a derelict town-centre eyesore by the Civic Society.
In response to James Roberts’ “Lessons in bad driving”, (Letterbox May 24). I wholeheartedly agree that there is a serious problem with people failing to obey the rules of the road.
I attended a ‘meeting the challenge’ consultation meeting in Dewsbury Town Hall last week.
Following up from my letter printed on May 17 I have now received an e-mail from Kirklees about my complaint first made on February 23 regarding the clogging up of the A638 coming into Cleckheaton from Heckmondwike.
After Batley, Dewsbury, Moorlands and Staincliffe hospitals were all closed, a new Dewsbury and District one was built to serve the area.
May I, through your columns, express our gratitude to all those local people who helped with the annual sponsored swim for Batley and District Mencap.
I would like to express my sincere and heartfelt thanks to the person who came to my rescue on the afternoon of May 6 in the B&Q car park.
I can’t help but be amused at the spate of words about the future of Spenborough Pool from the by-election candidates.
I propose the Highway code should be scrapped. We should now introduce a code that says;
I read with interest Dr Matt Shepherds’ reply to Dr Thimmegowda’s letter highlighting the Nicholls report which condemns the closure of local hospitals and/or their services which then necessitates extra transport times to larger regional centres.
On behalf of the Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Heckmondwike, I would like to thank St Mary’s Theatre Group, Batley, for raising £444 for our Centenary Fund last Friday.
So council chiefs believe that the Olympics and poor weather conditions could have contributed to a drop in visitors to Kirklees Museums (Guardian May 17).
I know the traffic was bad after another accident on the M62 on Friday but I am puzzled about a few things and I want an answer.
With the planned industrial development that will destroy the beautiful green belt land at Roberttown, Hartshead and Cooper Bridge, due shortly to be decided on by a government appointed official.
I am trying to find out about Pat Meehan who was a very generous benefactor of the Holy Spirit Church in Heckmondwike.
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