Results in Huddersfield, Yorkshire
WEST Yorkshire town tracing its earliest roots back to the Iron Age. There is imposing evidence of an Iron Age Fort at Almondbury and a Norman Castle and Victorian tower built were later built at its centre. However Huddersfield grew most rapidly in the
18th and 19th centuries as a centre of the textile industry. Huddersfield sits on the edge of open Pennine country but is only about nine miles from Oldham and the outskirts of the Manchester conurbation just across the Pennines to the west.