I was incensed to read that despite the public outcry, the Red House Museum is to close.
I was returning from an afternoon and early evening out in Bradford last Saturday and with the recent complete lack of debate over immigration and Brexit at the Labour Party Conference still rattling through my brain, the following came to mind.
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At the North Kirklees CCG ‘engagement’ last Wednesday, participants thought about spending NHS money.
In the last couple of weeks I have been to watch two wonderful musical theatre productions by local amateur groups.
On Monday, the Kirklees Council’s Cabinet voted to close Dewsbury Museum.
Please can I say a big thank you to everyone whom attended the Macmillan Afternoon tea party held at my house on Crossley Lane, on Saturday, October 1.
I had the privilege of working with Tracy Brabin for five years in my role as co-ordinator of the ‘Write to Life’ group at Freedom from Torture.
I paid a short visit on Saturday to the Scarecrow festival held at St Mary’s Church in Gomersal.
I’d like to take this opportunity to recognise the career of Gary Sykes.
THERE was a time when Dewsbury ran all its own affair, ranging from gas supplies to how the road transport systems were run, the supply of electricity and water, even the disposal of its sewage.
They worked together, lived together and many of the so-called Barnsley Pals died together in the trenches at the Battle of the Somme