By Greg Dawson
Delicious Deserts has set up a scheme after arise of knife attacks around Huddersfield, the parlour itself on Trinity street opening itself up as a safe zone.
After this another 12 businesses in the area have agreed to join the scheme, meaning anyone who feels in danger can take refuge in their business while the owners call the police.
Waseem Naeem, owner of the desert parlour said “I have had a logo done and am getting window stickers out to businesses who have joined up and would love to get more businesses on board.
“The response has been great and helps build community spirit.
“The main aim is to build community cohesion and is a positive preventative measure for anyone who needs help or is in danger.”
Its expected more businesses in the area will join the scheme as it grows.
List of Safe Zones around Huddersfield:
Al Faisal takeaway, Chapel Hill
Black Bull pub, Lindley
The Card Corner, Huddersfield bus station
Delicious Desserts, Trinity Street, near Greenhead Park
Deborah Ingham funeral services, Milnsbridge and Kirkburton
Debonair unisex salon, Milnsbridge and Bradley
Jules Verne, Westgate, Huddersfield town centre
La Fleur florist, Byram arcade, Huddersfield town centre
Lions Kitchen, Woodhouse Hill, Fartown
MHB Technologies, Paddock
Redial Phone shop, Birkby
Ruddies Retreat tea rooms, Slaithwaite
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An institution that prides itself in nurturing young talent and being a space for musical growth, Musica Kirklees has given a range of people the building blocks they need to unlock their true artistic potential.
One of the many programmes that have helped develop this potential is the Musica Youth Orchestra.
Reuniting students and alumni from the last 20 years, the one-off celebration will act as the opus for all the orchestra has achieved within its time.
Taking place on the 8th of February at Huddersfield’s town hall, with doors opening at 6:45pm for a 7:30pm start, the two-hour bonanza promises to showcase a wide repertoire to honour its local heritage.
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