Grab your copy of this week's The Press to read how another museum will not be opening its doors to the public again.

Red House Museum in Gomersal looks set to be sold on the open market - angering campaigners who fought to save the building for community use.

The Save Red House Museum and Gomersal Public Hall group say they had put together a plan to take over the 17th century property in the hope that they could renovate it to provide a range of local services - but the council have other ideas.

Members of Chidswell Action Group are also making a final fundraising push to help fight Kirklees Council's Local Plan - which includes proposals to develop farmland and green belt.

Take a look at the heart-warming pet pictures a local man has taken to help re-home animals at Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary, and get all the details in the run-up to this year's Batley Vintage Day and the Mirfield Show.

Read how the two police officers who tackled Jo Cox's murderer have been honoured for their bravery at the annual West Yorkshire Policing Awards, and why two local residents have been in the national news this week.

And we have all the latest election news in the run-up to the general election on June 8.

In sport, Dewsbury Rams and Batley Bulldogs are back in action this weekend with the aim of getting their seasons back on track.

The Rams face high-flying Featherstone Rovers, while Batley travel to Manchester to take on Oldham - we have the latest from both coaches ahead of the fixtures.

Read the latest match reports from the National Conference League and who sits where after a jam-packed weekend of cricket.

And see the return of Dean White's Thai Boxing Gym after a six-year absence from Dewsbury.

Grab your copy from Friday!

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