In this week’s Spenborough Guardian

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In this week’s Spenborough Guardian, The battle to rid Gomersal of a derelict building that has become a target for arsonists looks to have been won with plans to turn it into housing.

- Worried parents’ wishes were answered when Kirklees Council announced it would employ new staff to help children cross roads outside school.

- A furious widow has slammed British justice after being told that the speeding drink-driver who killed her cycling husband will only spend six months behind bars.

- A student midwife who had to learn to walk again after a horror car crash is thanking her ‘angels of the sky’ by raising thousands of pounds.

- One of the biggest events in Cleckheaton’s calendar begins tomorrow.

- A commemorative event to mark to 20th anniversary of the genocide which took place during the Balkans conflict is to take place in North Kirklees.

- The question of what can get a bride to the church on time is being answered by a husband and wife’s camper van wedding hire company.

- A North Kirklees bus driver tackled a 5K run just 18 months after a triple heart bypass operation that saved his life.

Also, see our summer special Yorkshire food and drink section and our What’s on Where 24/7 entertainment and leisure guide.

Out tomorrow!