The Dogs Trust Advice and Adoption centre at Birstall is hosting a doggy awareness week to teach people about all aspects of dog ownership from nutrition to grooming. The adoption centre has been open for the past 18 months in the Pets at Home store and 33 dogs have been rehomed from the office.
Dogs that have been rehomed through the store are being invited back to take part in a celebratory picnic at the end of the awareness week.
Customers at cafe in West Yorkshire had a lucky escape this morning after a car ploughed through the shop's front window.
The gas mains were damaged and nearby buildings and flats had to be evacuated, while engineers worked to seal off the leak. The driver was not seriously injured but taken to hospital for checks. No-one else was injured. David Krolka runs the cafe.
The funeral is being held today of a woman killed on the M62 after being hit by a car travelling the wrong way.
20-year-old Rebecca Caine from Birstall, West Yorkshire died after the head on collision near Rochdale on Sunday 16th September.
A 31-year-old Zimbabwean man has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving, fraud by false representation, driving without insurance and driving other than in accordance with a driving licence.
Rebecca, known to friends as Becky, was in the final year of a business degree at university in Leeds and was an aspiring model.
The funeral is being held at St Paul's Church in Birstall.