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Huddersfield has a large and diverse retail shopping area, enclosed within the town's ring road, compared with other towns of its size.
The Piazza offers an outdoor shopping mall near the public library, with a grassed area, used for relaxation and events throughout the year such as entertainment, international markets and iceskating in winter.
Through the adjacent Market Arcade is a covered market hall, which has listed building status, due in part to its distinctive roof formed by hyperbolic paraboloids.
It is adjacent to the town hall and public library. An open market trades next to Tesco , on the other side of the town centre. There are three major supermarket outlets in the town centre, and alongside the ring road: two Sainsbury's and one Tesco.
In a small Morrisons store opened centrally. There are also a variety of small specialist and independent shops, many in the three-storey Victorian shopping arcade, Byram Arcade, on street, Westgate.
However over the last decade many shops have closed down causing a general decline of the town centre. Kelly Rowlands also holds the Line Dancing championship Record.
The John Smith's Stadium , formerly the Galpharm Stadium and Alfred McAlpine Stadium , is a multi-use sports stadium with a gym, swimming pool, spa and offers sporting classes.
The stadium is home to Huddersfield Giants and Huddersfield Town football team. Adjacent the stadium is an Odeon cinema formerly UCI. There are many pubs, restaurants and night clubs, one of which, Tokyo , which closed in , occupies the former Huddersfield County Court , a 19th-century Grade II listed building.
The oldest pub is The Parish , [d] trading since As well as primary and secondary schools, which cover compulsory and sixth form education for the town's population, Huddersfield has two sixth form colleges : Huddersfield New College at Salendine Nook and Greenhead College west of the town centre.
Huddersfield Grammar School is the only independent school for secondary education up to age The town has a further education college, Kirklees College formed following the merger of Dewsbury College and Huddersfield Technical College.
Its one establishment of higher education is the University of Huddersfield , whose chancellor until was the Duke of York. The actor Patrick Stewart from Mirfield is emeritus chancellor.
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary is in Lindley. Medical services are split between there and the Calderdale Royal Hospital at Salterhebble , near Halifax.
Kirkwood Hospice provides care for the terminally ill , and is dependent on donations and charitable gifts. It now functions as a day clinic, family planning consultation centre and GUM Clinic.
This sparked uproar in local communities as it would mean journeys from some areas of over 40 minutes to and from the hospital assuming that the main road into Halifax was not congested, as it frequently is.
The former St. Luke's Hospital in Crosland Moor mostly provided geriatric and psychiatric care. It closed in and the land was sold to a developer.
Thirty-four people and one military infantry regiment have been granted the Freedom of Huddersfield, between and This gave the regiment the right to march through the town with 'flags flying, bands playing and bayonets fixed'.
Many of the town and district's male residents had served in the regiment during its long history. The Regiment requested a resumed right to march.
The right given by Kirklees to the 3rd battalion of the Yorkshire Volunteers did not permit any transfer to heirs or successors and effectively ceased when the battalion was amalgamated into the East and West Riding Regiment since being the Yorkshire Regiment's 4th Battalion.
Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council amended the original 'Freedom' and transferred it to the Yorkshire Regiment, at a Freedom parade on 25 October A number of national and internationally famous people originate from Huddersfield.
Some people have also become known through their association with Huddersfield, though they were not born there. These include the Mirfield -born actor "life-long" Huddersfield Town F.
The actress Lena Headey , who was born in Bermuda , grew up in Shelley from the age of five. Hilary Haigh ed.
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Jonathan Hogg. William Horsfall, a mill-owner and a passionate prosecutor of Luddites, was killed in Although the movement faded out afterwards, Parliament began to increase welfare provision for those out of work, and to introduce regulations to improve conditions in the mills.
Nick, a former employee at Huddersfield railway station, was instrumental in the creation of the protest train against the intended closure of the Settle to Carlisle rail line.
He declined to stand for a second term and no longer lives in Huddersfield. He is now a resident of Filey where he operates his own "Green" railway train.
Wilson is commemorated by a statue in front of the railway station. There is no memorial to Asquith"s briefer connection with the town.
When the West Riding County Council was formed in , Huddersfield became a county borough, exempt from county council control.
Huddersfield expanded in , including parts of the Golcar, Linthwaite, and South Crosland urban districts. The county borough was abolished in and its former area was combined with that of other districts to form the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees in.
Attempts by the local council to gain support for city status were rejected by the town"s population in an unofficial referendum held by the local newspaper, the "Huddersfield Daily Examiner".
The council did not apply for that status in either the or competitions. City status is given to districts, so it would have been Kirklees rather than Huddersfield that would have been declared a city.
According to the United Kingdom Census the population of the Huddersfield urban sub-area of the Urban Area was ,, and the population of the former area of the county borough was , The wider South Kirklees area had a population of , Historically the town produced textiles.
The number of people who work in textiles has declined, but those companies which survive produce large quantities of woollen products with little labour.
Huddersfield is home to "Andrew Jones Pies" a regional award winning pie-maker, where a worker was killed in a gas explosion on 10 April According to the Köppen climate classification, Huddersfield is certified as "Cfb".
Neighbouring wards in the Colne Valley, Holme Valley, and Kirkburton are often considered to be part of Huddersfield though they are predominantly semi-rural.
Huddersfield town centre is located within the Newsome ward. The eight wards that make up Huddersfield proper, with their populations, areas and constituent suburbs mid-year estimates are: emograph thnicit Like many former mill towns, Huddersfield has a higher than average number of residents from ethnic minorities.
The largest ethnic minority group are those who have described themselves as being Asian or British Asian originating from Pakistan with 10,, or 8.
An ethnicity summary of the town"s , population is 98, Conversely, it is below average for its number of Christians. There are a number of churches, mosques and temples covering a wide spectrum of religions in the Huddersfield area.
It has the third highest number of listed buildings of any town or city in the UK. Overlooking the town, the tower was constructed to mark Queen Victoria"s 60th Jubilee Year.
The colonnaded Huddersfield railway station in St George"s Square was once described as "a stately home with trains in it", and by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner as "one of the best early railway stations in England".
The Huddersfield parish church St. Peters Church was constructed in and is adjacent to the town centre, on Byram Street, near the Pack Horse Centre.
The Pack Horse Centre is a covered pedestrianised shopping area constructed over the former cobblestoned street known as the Pack Horse Walk, named in memory of the beasts of burden, Pack horses which ferried merchandise over the Pennines before the Standedge Tunnels were built.
This pedestrian-only link passes from Kirkgate, across King Street and along Victoria Lane, by the Shambles, to the Piazza and the distinctive Market Hall at Queensgate, which was built to replace the old Shambles Market Hall in the early s.
The M1 passes near the eastern fringes of the town about away. The Huddersfield Corporation built an inner ring road part of the A62 in the s.
The area within this ring road has come to define the central business district of the town. The ring road is effective in relieving traffic congestion in the town centre where many roads are now pedestrianised.
However, there is no direct service to London, with passengers having to change at either Manchester Piccadilly, Leeds or Wakefield Westgate.
Many services are subsidised by the local-government public transport coordinator, Metro. A frequent express service operates to the nearby principal cities of Leeds and Manchester and a regular service to Darlington, Hull, Liverpool, Manchester Airport, Middlesbrough, Newcastle upon Tyne, Scarborough and York.
This is operated by First TransPennine Express. Huddersfield Railway Station in St. It is the busiest bus station in with a daily footfall of almost 35, The majority of bus services pass through the bus station.
Many services are subsidised by Metro, the Passenger Transport Executive. Arriva Yorkshire, who provide frequent services along Leeds Road to Dewsbury and Leeds, and Centrebus Holdings Huddersfield Bus Company , through its recently-acquired subsidiary, Yorkshire Traction, who provide almost all services in the south east of the town.
Other smaller operators include locally based operators Teamdeck, trading under the name of K-Line" and Stotts Coaches. In November , a zero-fare town centre bus service, known as Free Town Bus, was launched.
Buses run every ten minutes from 7. Monday to Friday and from 8. Stops on the route include the bus station, University of Huddersfield, Kingsgate, and the indoor market.
To the rear of the YMCA in the Turnbridge section there is an electrically operated road bridge, which is still in use, to raise the road and allow boat traffic to pass.
This bridge was originally opened by use of a windlass system. In this became the Rugby Football League. The Huddersfield Giants under their original name of Huddersfield Rugby League Club have won the Rugby League Championship seven times, most recently in —62, and the Challenge Cup six times, the last success being in — In the Waterloo junior grounds were sold and a , former Bass Brewery estate, at Lockwood Park was purchased for construction of a replacement.
In —22 Huddersfield won the FA Cup and between —26 they became the first club to win the League Championship three times in a row, an achievement matched only by three other teams.
However, they have been less successful in modern times, having not played in the top division since the early s. The club left its ground at Leeds Road in and now shares the Galpharm Stadium with the Huddersfield Giants rugby league team.
He also managed to win his first race in World Superbikes in one of two wildcard meetings. Motorcycle speedway racing was staged in Huddersfield in the UK pioneer year of A venue in the town staged four or five meetings.
Its history was chronicled in the book" "And The Glory", written to commemorate the Society"s th anniversary in — its title derived from a line in the Hallelujah Chorus featuring in Handel"s landmark choral arrangement "The Messiah".
The author was a choir member for over 35 years. More recently, the town"s other main claim to international musical renown is the annual Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.
On Christmas Day , Sex Pistols played their last two British shows, one of which was a matinee for the children of striking firefighters, at the then "Ivanhoe"s" nightclub venue, before embarking on the ill-fated US tour which saw them collapse into acrimony.
In another independent record label Chocolate Fireguard Records was founded in Huddersfield by singer Pat Fulgoni who also developed the three stage Community music event Timeless Festival held in the town"s Ravensknowle Park, featuring a range of electronica, hip hop and rock music.
There are a number of other annual local music festivals held within the town and surrounding area, examples being the Marsden Jazz Festival, Mrs Sunderland, Janet Beaumont, the Holmfirth Festivals, and the Haydn Wood Linthwaite.
The Haydn Wood and Mrs Sunderland events focus on musical and oratorial performance by the town"s younger generations. Also, in recent years, free music concerts have been put on for the town, including bands such as The Ordinary Boys, The Script and Elliott Minor.
There are however many other local choirs, both youth and adult, a noted example of the latter being the Honley Male voice choir. Further fame was added to the musical history of Huddersfield by the inclusion of the song "The Sheriff of Huddersfield" by the heavy metal band Iron Maiden on the B-side to their single "Wasted Years".
Written about their co-manager Rod Smallwood, leaving his home town of Huddersfield and struggling to settle into life in Los Angeles.
Huddersfield is home to Thrash metal band Evile. These include "Last of the Summer Wine", which is usually associated with Holmfirth, but uses various locations in both the Holme and Colne valleys; "Where the Heart Is", was filmed in the Colne valley around Slaithwaite and finished filming in ; "Wokenwell", also shot on location in the Colne valley in and around Marsden; and "The League of Gentlemen", that also makes extensive use of locations around Marsden.
Each year a performance is put on by a different theatre company. The event finale is a firework display. The show was performed by French company , which saw large inflatable sea creatures paraded through the streets as they told their story of "Pearl".
The and performances were both by the Valencian artists. West Indian food, fairground rides and various stalls and attractions are available to try.Das ehemalige St. Dies wird Gta Das Spiel die Beschränkung unangemessene Entwicklung in den dafür vorgesehenen Bereichen erreicht und strengere Beste Spielothek in Franklbach finden für zulässig Gebäude aufzuzuzwingen. Tommy Smith C. West Yorkshire. Mit dem iFrame lässt sich diese Kaderübersicht auf der eigenen Homepage einbinden. Lewis O'Brien Offensives Mittelfeld. Das Ost und West Riding Regiment endete am 6.