In this week’s Spenborough Guardian

This week's Spenborough Guardian
This week's Spenborough Guardian

In this week’s Spenborough Guardian anxious residents are concerned that Cleckheaton’s fields will be dug up for housing after learning that a developer wants to build 51 houses.

Also this week, a young Liversedge footballer has followed in the footsteps of Huddersfield Town hero Jordan Rhodes after signing for Blackburn Rovers, Oakwell Hall will be revamped after plans to modernise the park got the go-ahead from English Heritage, Spen folk have rallied together to force through stalled plans to demolish the former Maccess offices in Spen Lane, Workmen at Littletown School made quite a find when they uncovered a World War 2 bomb shelter., councillors have welcomed the start of work on Heckmondwike’s bus hub, which will gather the bus stops located around the green into one sheltered area and the new landlord of a Heckmondwike watering hole is optimistic about pub culture in the town’s centre.

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