In this week’s Mirfield Reporter

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In this week’s Mirfield Reporter, a group of speeding campaigners are determined to get restrictions in their village.

We have the latest from Leeds Crown Court as a Ravensthorpe man stands accused of plotting to import half a million pounds worth of heroin into Dewsbury, smuggled inside carpets.

A group of residents who fought to protect the last remaining tree near their Mirfield homes met with prospective developers at a spirited council meeting.

A Mirfield church is looking forward to celebrating its 40th anniversary.

Find out why we’re Backing the Belles - Battyeford’s young female footballers.

Dewsbury’s new bandstand will be named after tragic Titanic violinist Wallace Hartley.

We take an in-depth look into the work of the White Knights.

In Sport

Dewsbury Rams coach Glenn Morrison is feeling determined ahead of the team’s knock-out clash in Sheffield.

Two Dewsbury Celtic lads are aiming for serious success after signing with Leeds Rhinos.


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