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Golfers tee off to raise money for Danny Jones fund

Up to 150 golfers are teeing off this afternoon to raise money for Danny Jones fund.

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The widow of tragic Keighley Cougars star, Lizzie Jones, is also expected to make an appearance at Crow News Park golf course in Brighouse.

Rugby league clubs are putting together teams to participate in the tournament.

Twenty-nine-year-old Jones died of a rare heart condition after collapsing while playing for the Cougars in London in early May.

CCTV appeal after Brighouse sex attack

Police have issued pictures of a man they want to speak to in connection with a sex attack in Brighouse.

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The incident happened on the canal towpath near Brighouse centre at around 6.40am on Tuesday morning.

The 22-year-old female victim was walking along the towpath when she was approached by a white man who attempted to sexually attack her. The man fled towards Briggate after the victim resisted.

He was described as 5"9" - 6"0" tall, aged 40-50 years of medium build with a receding hair line.

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We are continuing enquiries into this incident and I would like to speak to anyone who can help identify the man pictured who ran through the centre towards Briggate shortly after the attempted sexual assault. He will have been seen by a number of people out and about at that time of day and we are very keen to trace and speak with him.

– Detective Sergeant Simon Archer, Calderdale CID


Concern grows for missing Brighouse woman

Police are concerned for the welfare of a Brighouse woman who has been reported missing.

Susan Naylor, 41, was last seen in Victoria Place, Brighouse, at 3pm on Thursday, 16 July.

She is described as white, 5ft 4ins tall, with shoulder-length black hair. She was last seen wearing a turquoise top with floral detail, grey 'skinny' jeans and belt and pump shoes. She is not believed to have taken any money with her or access to money.

She has links to the Brighiuse, Elland and Wyke areas.

Wartime weekend Nazi row

Organisers of a wartime weekend in Brighouse have defended the appearance of men dressed in German uniforms at the event. Some visitors are said to have been upset by the men wearing Nazi insignia.

It came just twenty four hours after the 70th anniversary of D Day.

But despite it making national headlines, the woman behind the event says she has had no complaints, insists it's educational, and that the soldiers will be invited back next year.

Chris Kiddey reports.

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