celebrating the history of St. George's Square, Huddersfield

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As history continues to be made in St George’s Square, we will be following Historic England’s High Street Historic Action Zone (HSHAZ) project, bringing you images of events that happen in the Square as well as its changing buildings.

The second shortest St Patrick’s Day Parade in the world!

The place: St George’s Square
The day: Sunday 20 March 2022
…and we were there!

What colours can YOU see in the Square?

Thanks to Chol Theatre and to artist Helen Robinson we now have a wonderful colouring sheet and we would love you to complete it and send it to us.


DOWNLOAD THE COLOURING SHEET HERE

It also contains information about how you can send the completed sheet back to us.

Find out more about artist Helen Robinson on Facebook and take a look at Chol Theatre and Arts Company’s website.

(This colouring sheet has been funded by Historic England’s High Street Heritage Action Zone cultural programme)

It’s a wrap!

Industrial abseiling, December 2021 [photo, courtesy Kirklees Council]

Inside Estate Buildings

13 September 2021
[photos © Kirklees Council]

A taste of Carnivals to come

Huddersfield Carnival says Hi! to Heritage Open Days on Saturday 11 September 2021
[Photos, courtesy Tosh Warwick]

Getting ready for Heritage Open Days 2021

Huddersfield Local History Society have an exhibition ready which begins to explore the history of The Square

And now the scaffolding is up on Estate Buildings

The George – the scaffolding is up!

The train arriving at Platform One

Getting ready for lift off

Huddersfield charity Platform 1 won a Pacer train in a Department of Transport competition. Spot the giant crane!
To find out more go to Huddersfield Hub
[Photo © Huddersfield Hub]

Going down…

En route to a safe arrival
[Photo © Huddersfield Hub]

WOVEN Festival

Station yard bombed for WOVEN Festival

Huddersfield Station has been yarn-bombed for this year’s WOVEN in Kirklees Festival
To find out more go to: WOVEN
[ photo courtesy of C. Verguson ]

Harold with Scarf

When it came to yarn-bombing the Square Harold was not forgotten but sadly, sometime on 19 0r 20 June, his colourful scarf was removed by person/persons unknown
To find out more go to: Huddersfield Times
[ photo courtesy of C. Verguson ]

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