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Windrush: The Years After Red Carpet Premiere

Kirklees Local Television (KLTV) officially premiered their film Windrush: The Years After, A Community Legacy on Film, at the Brian Jackson House in Huddersfield on Friday 30 September.

KLTV invited over 100 delegates from across the Yorkshire region and the African-Caribbean community, including councilors, heads of service, and local community activists.

The event was a huge success, with many positive reactions to both the film and discussion panel afterwards. People engaged with the panelists, enjoyed the food and music, and shared in the history of the experiences depicted on screen.

Watch the video covering the event here:


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Kirklees Diversity, Equality and Innovation Awards 2022

KLTV was invited to attend and speak at the 2022 Kirklees Diversity Equality and Innovation Conference and Awards, held this year at Kirklees College.

A Huddersfield business and inspirational people who have set up amazing projects in their communities were the winners at this year’s awards ceremony. The day also featured two discussion panels with local leaders, social entrepreneurs, business representatives and community activists.

Watch the full video here:

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2022

KLTV filmed 2022’s shortened St. Patrick’s Day Parade at St. George’s Square, full video here:

Despite the event being smaller than in previous years, the square was still alive with music, dance, food and drink from all corners of the island of Ireland.

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PACE Media Studies Course Taught by KLTV

KLTV taught a course entitled “Media Studies”, organised by the PACE Project (Participation in the Arts and Creative Economy), to teach new skills to those interested in all aspects of journalism & media production.

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Sir Keir Starmer Visits Huddersfield

Sir Keir Starmer visited Huddersfield ahead of local elections in 2022, and KLTV was on the ground to document the event, video here:

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Castle Hill Volunteer Litter Picking

Castle Hill, being a popular look-out point and destination for the people of Huddersfield, has developed a litter problem. Kirklees Council’s Castle Hill Ranger Julian Brown organises monthly volunteer litter picks to help tackle this issue with the community.

Find out more here:


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Conflict Resolutions 3rd Annual Youth Awareness Conference 2022

The issue of young people involved in crime and serious violence is not going away and is a major concern for many communities in Kirklees. The Conflict Resolutions Annual Youth Awareness Conference is part of a wider strategy that looks at addressing a wide spectrum of issues related to Youth Crime.

This conference is the 3rd held so far, and is hosted and organised by Howard Belafonte and his team:

View the full video of the event here:

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Huddersfield Carnival: Keep the Vibe Alive

With Huddersfield Carnival being cancelled, the Carnival Management Committee decided the show must go on, and organised a stage show in Greenhead Park to help keep the carnival vibe alive!

Full video:
Huddersfield Carnival Management Committee:

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Huddersfield Community Remembrance Event 2022

The Huddersfield Army Reserves Centre hosted a special Community Remembrance event this year, focusing on remembering and honouring the sacrifices made by Sikh and minority soldiers fighting in and alongside the British Armed Forces.

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North Huddersfield Trust School Awards Evening

North Huddersfield Trust School held an awards evening for their high achieving students, and KLTV filmed the special event to share with the students that couldn’t make it, and to memorialise the winners of the school’s various attainment awards.

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Huddersfield: Steet Level

An intimate look at some of the boroughs of Huddersfield. Check out the full gallery at

Photos by Andrew Lowell

Kirklees Council Apprentice Presentation 2016

Young apprentices receiving their awards from the Mayor of Kirklees Cllr Jim Dodds BEM.

Black History Art 2016 by Andy Jefferson

Each canvas has a number in the corner. Simply email Andy at for purchase details.

Huddersfield Food & Drink Festival 2016

Here are some of the photos from the festival. You can search and view the production on our video page.

Safer Communities 

Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson presented 40 organisations with cheques from the 9th Round of the Safer Communities Fund and Kirklees Local TV was one of the lucky recipients.

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