Afternoon Tea

19/07/2019
The delights of afternoon tea came about in the mid-19th century to quell those hunger pangs that appear in between meals.  Nowadays we snack on fruit, chocolate and cakes with a cup of tea or coffee to tide us over until our main meal, if time allows, in our busy day-to-day schedules. The afternoon tea was introduced in England by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, in the year 1840.  Thos
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The John Smith’s Newsletter – Edition 2 is now available to read online. In this issue: Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival 2013 Rugby League World […]

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Kirklees Library has joined a national campaign called Try Reading, a project for public libraries to celebrate the 2013 Rugby League World Cup. As part […]

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On 1st August HEINEKEN, the UK’s leading beer and cider business celebrated its one year anniversary of sponsoring The John Smith’s Stadium. Since partnering with […]

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Kirklees Stadium Development Ltd (KSDL) is pleased to announce a new sponsorship agreement with long term stadium partner, Yorkshire legal firm Chadwick Lawrence. From 1st […]

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Thursday July 25, marks 100 days to go to the kick-off of Rugby League World Cup 2013 group game at the John Smith’s Stadium in […]

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Giants Awards Night

19/07/2013

Be Part Of The Showpiece Annual Awards Evening Spend an evening with your favourite Giants stars The showpiece event of the year will be held […]

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