Lady GaGa invited Huddersfield to take centre stage
It is TRUE!Justin Hawkins, lead singer of The Darkness, who are supporting Lady GaGa on her 2012 tour, learnt his musical craft at Huddersfield Technical College.
Rugby changed forever after a Huddersfield scrum
It is TRUE!The sport of Rugby League was created in 1895 when 22 delegates got together at The George Hotel in Huddersfield and voted to resign from the RFU following disputes about payments for players.
David Beckham shops in Huddersfield
It is FALSE!But Huddersfield textile firm Bower Roebuck & Co did supply its super-fine cloth to Polo Ralph Lauren, to be made up into a morning suit for the soccer star to wear at Kate & William's wedding.
A Queen was born in Huddersfield
It is TRUE!Actress Lena Headey who plays Queen Carsei Lannister in 'Game of Thrones' was born in Huddersfield and went to Shelley College.
Man United, Liverpool & Arsenal still can't beat Huddersfield Town
It is TRUE!While Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United have all won three league titles in a row, Huddersfield Town beat them all to it, being the first club ever to achieve this feat, in 1926.
Lions and tigers have been spotted around Huddersfield
It is TRUE!While there's a legend that the lion which stands on top of Lion Chambers jumps down to roam St George's Square on the stroke of midnight, a real tigercalled Fenella lived in the back garden of a Holmfirth-based family of circus entertainers for 10 years.
Punk began in Huddersfield
It is FALSE!But punk heroes The Sex Pistols did play their last ever live gig at Ivanhoe's in Huddersfield on Christmas Day 1977... to a group of striking firefighters' children.
Last orders were called in a Huddersfield phone box
It is TRUE!The UK's smallest public bar was in Huddersfield - an old converted red phone box!
100,000 people can't get enough of Huddersfield's food
It is TRUE!Huddersfield's annual Food and Drink Festival attracts over 100,000 visitors every August.
A Huddersfield student invented the Dyson vacuum cleaner
It is FALSE!James Dyson invented the first revolutionary cleaner to carry his name, but former University of Huddersfield design student Marcus Hartley is the award-winning designer of the Dyson Airblade hand-dryer.
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