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The deadline's approaching for groups who want to take
It closed last year as part of a council plan
But the building could be brought back in to use
If not, it'll be put up for sale as Cathy Booth reports.
In the heart of Crow Nest Park is Dewsbury Park mansion.
For 120 years it housed the town's museum.
In November last year it was closed because Kirklees Council could no
Tomorrow is the deadline for submissions of
interest for groups wanting to take on the grade two listed building.
One such group is the Friends of Dewsbury Park Mansion.
They want to see the building being turned into a
In this area it is all about building community
resilience and helping people with getting back
into work, with mental health issues.
Really we want it to be a place that is for well-being and
caring for everybody and everyone that uses the park
This building holds a special place in the hearts
People remember here to wedding receptions or school trips.
Whoever ends up taking it over is going to
need a lot of time and a lot of money as the building has fallen
At the moment, the council is only taking applications
If none of their bids are deemed financially
viable, then the mansion could go on sale for a private developer.
Ideally, we would like a local organisation
and take it and develop it for the benefit of the community.
It will be a challenge for them and there will be huge costs
effort but we will work with them and I'm sure the commitment
they've shown so far, that they have a good chance of
For now, this piece of Dewsbury history faces
The search is continuing for a Rotherham man who's been
CCTV shows 77-year-old Barry Jones on an X5 bus
It's thought he got off at the Woodhouse Mill stop.
Anyone who sees him is asked to urgently
A leading obesity expert has criticised rules
which mean overweight people in parts of North Yorkshire face
NHS England has approved plans which mean some
patients must lose weight before certain operations
Speaking on the The Sunday Politics Dr Matt Capehorn said the Vale
of York CCG should instead increase schemes to help people lose weight.
If you went on a skiing holiday and broke your leg, we do not see you
are going to have physiotherapy on the NHS, even though it is
self-inflicted. The kind of NHS we want is irrespective of the cars.
You should not discriminate against patients just because of their
weight. -- irrespective of because. Security is to be stepped up
at the empty Futurist Theatre building in Scarborough
following reports of trespassing. Preparations are underway
for the demolition of the building but there
are reports that people The council is increasing security
patrols at the site. When a Yorkshire Women's Institute
set its mind to something as we well know the results
can be astounding. They've raised thousands of pounds
to install four defib-rillators in their local area,
as well as teaching their members The ladies of the women's
institute are in celebratory mood, marching towards the four
defibrillators they funded and placed outside sports clubs
and village halls near Halifax. It was retired nurse
Jackie Swire's idea I saw that she had
stopped breathing. I got her on the floor
and my husband dialled 999. Being a nurse, I know
the signs and symptoms. She was going blue but we managed
to get her round and me got CPR training is also on offer
to work in conjunction with the The new equipment
provides reassurance. It takes a couple of seconds to get
someone's heart beating again. If that facility is not
there, they are dead. It is hoped that the new machines
and training will save Huddersfield Town suffered
their first home defeat since last November as they faced
Championship promotion Aaron Moy's penalty gave
Town hope of a comeback after going 2-0 down
in the first half. With a look at the weather
for the week ahead, Good evening. Some showers overnight
tonight. They could be quite wintry over about 400 metres. Tomorrow
morning, the cloud will thin and break and we should see clear
spells. Temperatures will drop down to single figures. Quite literally
start to the day tomorrow. Cloudy at first. -- one or two scattered
isolated showers. These might take a while to clear. Once that sunshine
kicks in, temperatures start to respond. Highs of 10 Celsius
tomorrow. Turning milder from midweek on words. That is all we
have time for for now. The late news is here at 10:20pm. Goodbye.
Hello, as was the case on Saturday there was a lot of whether around
today. Showers for some, some saw the staff of postcard material, for
others it was more Christmas card material. We had pictures like that
quite widely across the Midlands and Wales as well. This weather