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Huddersfield

town in the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees, in West Yorkshire, England

Huddersfield is a town in West Yorkshire, England. It is famous for its textile industry, Choral Society and as the birthplace of Rugby League.

Huddersfield

In the 20th Century it was the birthplace for the Labour Party prime minister, Harold Wilson. It is also known for its football team, who became the first team to win the football league first division title three years in a row (1924-26).

In Huddersfield there are 22 districts, Almondbury, Aspley, Molgreen, Bradley, Clayton West, Scisset, Crosland Moor, Deighton, Brackenhall, Dalton, Rawthorpe, Denby Dale, Edgeerton, Farnley Tyas, Fartown, Holme, Holmbridge, Holmfirth, Honley, Hepworth, Jackson Bridge and Lowerhouses