Saturday, 25 January 2014

Huddersfield Town FC

Huddersfield TownSaturday 25th January 2014 kick off 15:00 hours                                    
FA Cup Fourth Round
Huddersfield Town FC 0 v Charlton 1
The John Smith's Stadium.
Stadium Way.
Huddersfield HD1 6PX.
Admission : £10
Club Badge : £2
Pubs visited : JDW's - Cherry Tree, The Grove, The Rat & Ratchet, and the King's Head.
Attendance : 10,225
Game number : 102 Ground number : 74
Weather : Wet, Wild and Windy

James Harold Wilson,  (11 March 1916 – 24 May 1995) was a British Labour Party politician who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1964 to 1970 and 1974 to 1976. Wilson was born at 4 Warneford Road, Huddersfield, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England on 11 March 1916. He came from a political family: his father James Herbert Wilson (December 1882 – 1971) was a works chemist who had been active in the Liberal Party and then joined the Labour Party. His mother Ethel was a schoolteacher before her marriage. He was a keen supporter of his hometown football club, Huddersfield Town.
This statue of Harold Wilson was unveiled by Tony Blair in July 1999, stands outside Huddersfield railway station in St George's Square, Huddersfield. Costing £70,000, the statue, designed by sculptor Ian Walters, is based on photographs taken in 1964 and depicts Wilson in walking pose at the start of his first term as Prime Minister. His widow, Mary requested that the eight-foot tall monument did not show Wilson holding his famous pipe as she feared it would make the representation a caricature.

This butcher gave the dog a radioactive bone and look what happened......

The source of the radiation, appears to stem form Huddersfield Nuclear Power station below.

The Grove, a fine establishment if ever there was.

Flying Fox

I don't fancy yours much Sussex

The finest urban in West Yorkshire.

For all your piercing and tanning needs.

    Chris Roberts, brother of Alf Roberts and father of Harry Roberts.  

Is that Oaksey bottom right hand corner?

Now for some match day action.

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