Lindley Bowling Club

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Women set to have their...
March 17, 2014

  It took more than 100 years for a bowling club to admit women as members. And now, nearly two years after that momentous victory, the ladies of Lindley Bowling Club are set to bowl in local leagues for the first time. The club, off Huddersfield’s most expensive street, Daisy Lea Lane, was set up by a group of wealthy businessmen in 1895 as a gentleman’s club. Until April 2012 women were only allowed to play if accompanied...

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Lindley Liberal Club, proud of it's long...
February 04, 2014
One of Huddersfield’s most successful clubs is to hold its Annual General Meeting later this month. Lindley Liberal Club on Occupation Road has more than 2,000 members with new people keen to join every month. The club dates back to 1887 but was registered in 1891 with the friendly societies as Lindley Liberal Working Men’s Club. Secretary Anne Beaumont, who...
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Recap: Huddersfield and West Yorkshire breaking news, sport...
December 16, 2013
Cooper NEWS: Store wars will return to Holmfirth in the New Year as three major supermarket giants go head-to-head for land in the town centre. Holmfirth Cricket Club and Holmfirth Bowling Club are ready . Holmfirth Cricket Club and Holmfirth Bowling Club are ready to listen to offers of around £4 million for their neighbouring sites. Click here to read...
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Recap: Huddersfield and West Yorkshire sport updates, breaking...
January 25, 2014
, 2014 11:17 Robert Sutcliffe NEWS: Nordic walking. Try Nordic walking tomorrow - join Gill at Thornhill Cricket and Bowling Club from 1-3pm and see if you like this way of keeping fit . MR: "It isn't the most glamorous tie, but the Club is doing it's best to attract people with tickets at £10 and £5" #htafc — Huddersfield Town (@htafcdotcom) January 24, 2014...
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New Year Honours list...
December 30, 2013

. (London) Mrs Karren Brady. Vice Chair, West Ham Football Club. For services to Entrepreneurship and Women in Business. (Solihull, West Midlands) Victoria Harriet Lucy Bridgeman. Viscountess. Founder International Law and Order. ( Chester , Cheshire) Simon David Lewis. For public service and services to International Education through the Fulbright Commission. (London) Ms Bridget Lindley. Deputy chief Phoebe Philo. Creative director, Celine. For services to Fashion. (London)...

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