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Pudsey

(pŭd`sē, –zē), town (1991 pop. 42,886), Leeds metropolitan district, N England. The town is a center of woolen and textile industries. A Moravian school and settlement were established nearby at Fulneck in the 18th cent.

Pudsey

a town in N England, in Leeds unitary authority, West Yorkshire. Pop.: 32 391 (2001)
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Qualifier 3 (Sep 15, 2pm: James Hanson (Pudsey) v Kevan Shaw (Westhoughton), Jack Hargreaves (Hyde) v Graeme Wilson (Lower Hopton), Scott Fisher (Denby Grange) v Tom Hanson (Pudsey), Paul Ingleby (Lower Hopton) v Danny Radcliffe (Bradley & Colne), Paul Latham (Whitchurch) v John Webster (Crosland Moor), Darryl Harrap (Tadcaster) v Graham Hirst (Lower Hopton), Ira Jeffers (Crossgates) v Cliff Johnson (Cannock), Martin Gaut (Telford) v Colin Scorah (Denby Grange).
John Sheader, lettings manager of Manning Stainton in Pudsey, said of Pudsey's price rise: "It's booming in Pudsey; as an area it's really close to Leeds and there's quite a lot of investment being pumped into the city at the moment.
Teacher Bethan Evans contacted the BBC to let them know how much the school had raised for the Children In Need appeal and they sent Pudsey along to the school with a special certificate to thank them for their efforts.
The limited-edition Bank of Scotland note, which features a picture of Pudsey waving a Saltire flag, was one of the first polymer notes issued on July 17, 2015.
Pudsey met with youngsters from St Patrick's Catholic Primary School and Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School to spread the word about this year's BBC Children in Need.
The post read: "We are saddened to hear that today we lost Pudsey, a most marvellous winner.
Pudsey, a Pets As Therapy dog, has been visiting Zoe's Place in Normanby for the past six months to aid the sensory development of its children and made his latest visit to brighten up their day.
Liam O'Leary and Carl Woodfine-Jones, from Cardiff; Ali Rafik, from Caerphilly; and Mark Pask, from Usk, will be cycling more than 300 miles from Cardiff to the town of Pudsey in Yorkshire in just three and a half days.
As this year's BBC Children in Need appeal draws closer, Pudsey met with players Kristian Dacey, Josh Navidi, Lloyd Williams and Chris Dicomidis as the Blues took part in training.
Says Michelle, left: "The T-shirt not only shows Pudsey in a new metallic guise, but also brings in influences from Giles' 2015 collection, so Pudsey really is a trendy bear this year!" Find the T-shirts at bbc.co.uk/pudsey
You can't help wondering: does anyone ask Pudsey before signing the contract?