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Huddersfield Art Gallery is on the move.

paintings in boxes waiting to be installed

Huddersfield Art Gallery will temporarily relocate to the Piazza Shopping Centre, while significant building works on the current Huddersfield Library and Art Gallery building are carried out as part of our Cultural Heart. Work will soon commence on transforming the spacious shop unit formerly occupied by USC, into Huddersfield Art Gallery: Unit 7 Huddersfield’s newest and largest gallery space. The

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‘Our Kirklees Futures’ – helping children to reach their full potential

Collage of cute children on white background

Long-term ambitions for developing education have been unveiled by Kirklees Council and its partners. The plan – called ‘Our Kirklees Futures’ – aims to help children and young people of all ages reach their full potential. It was produced with the local education sector, other organisations who work with families and after listening to the voice of young people themselves.

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Smiley faces all round at the opening of Emojies in Dewsbury

tree inside emojis restaurant

We’ve helped make one businessman’s ambitions become a reality in Dewsbury. Work on the Dewsbury Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI) Regeneration programme is now complete. Emojies, formerly fondly known as Bailey’s Café, a heritage building in Market Place has been restored to its former glory and is now home to a modern, colourful burger restaurant. Emojies, completes the 8-year THI programme,

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Infection rates have dropped, hospital admissions and death rate have also decreased in Kirklees

COVID 19 UPDATE

Kirklees’ Covid-19 infection rate has decreased by 17 per cent over the last week. The number of deaths due to the virus have seen a reduction and hospital admissions have also decreased this week. Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted, but infection rates remain high. So we’re encouraging people to be kind and do all you can to keep each other

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