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Huddersfield is another of the older clubs in the north and boasts a quite colourful history.
In 1906 Harry Vardon, JH Taylor and James Braid competed in an exhibition match to the delight of local galleries.
The shop's records include the sale of sewing materials, harding (a coarse linen used to make men's shirts and women's shifts), and wolsey (a softer fabric with a flax warp and wool weft, used for petticoats and shawls).
Provisions supplied to the workhouse included hops (for brewing), clay pipes, tobacco (shag and pigtail for the men, and ladies' twist for the women), and 20 lbs of treacle per week.
Pudsey's provision for housing the poor dates back to at least 1639 when the churchwardens and overseers were ordered to provide "howseroome and harbour" for Stephen Braithwaite and his wife (Strong, 1982).
In 1663, the township officials were required to build "a Cottage house — upon ye Waste" to accommodate Isaac Gaunt, his wife, and three small children.
Yorkshire is certainly the biggest of the six areas in the north of England in size and as well with golf courses.
Last month, North Yorkshire Police said overall crime had fallen by two per cent across the region, keeping it one of the safest areas in the country, but NFU’s annual Rural Crime Report said the cost of rural crime meant the region was ninth highest in the country.
Clare Pybus, NFU Mutual senior agent in Whitby, said: “Countryside criminals are becoming more brazen and farmers are now having to continually increase security and adopt new ways of protecting their equipment.
The township's first workhouse had been established by 1741 when Lowton innkeeper Joseph Fenton bequeathed "my uppermost cottage and dwelling house called the workhouse where the poor of Pudsey are now maintained." In 1761, conditions in this establishment were said to be "lamentable and deplorable" and at least two children of widower Paul Hudson, a Moravian, died while residing there.
Following complaints by the local Moravian community, it was decided to erect a new workhouse on common land at Littlemoor, at the north side of what is now Valley Road.
THIEVES stole a 4x4 vehicle after breaking into a North Yorkshire home this weekend.