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IN YOUR SPENBOROUGH GUARDIAN: Friday January 27.

IN YOUR SPENBOROUGH GUARDIAN: Friday January 27.

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kirklees Council has been accused of ‘selling off the family silver’ as it announced shock plans to close the historic Red House Museum.

The council could sell off the museum – which attracts more than 26,000 visitors annually – saving the authority £116,000 over two years.

However the plans have been branded ‘devastating’ and ‘disastrous’ and would leave Spen without a museum at all.

TESCO has been told to either start work on its long-planned replacement Cleckheaton supermarket, or shelve the plans completely.

But, no work has been done and a Tesco spokeswoman has confirmed there is no date set for work to start.

A BRAVE little boy watched over his pregnant mum as she lay unconscious after falling down the stairs during an epileptic fit.

Oliver Peacock, three, kept watch over his mum, Chantelle, who lay all night at the bottom of the stairs in her Liversedge home after suffering a fit brought on by her pregnancy.

AND FINALLY...

THE humble Ukulele has seen its popularity soar in recent years and the Spenborough Guardian asks a local music expert why this is the case. See www.spenboroughguardian.co.uk for video and learn how to play a simple tune!