Overseas Visitors and Other friends of the Central Lodge
|Tanya Donelly from the iconic alt-rockers band Throwing Muses with Steve the night porter. The band stayed at the Lodge on the 20th September 2014.||Two ladies from Holland at the Lodge during the Tour de France grand depart.|
|Mr Xiao from China staying at the Central Lodge whilst visiting his daughter studying at Huddersfield University with Paul the night porter.|
|Above are Velocity Trio who stayed at the Central Lodge on the 3/5/14.||John Philips and Smiler with friends visiting Joe at the Central Lodge Hotel.|
|Mr and Mrs Dubreuil from France visiting their daughter Lili, a student at the University of Huddersfield.||
Lazo Stojanovski and Dejan Dimov from Macedonia with Steve our Night Porter who stayed at the Central Lodge in April 2014.
|Above: Ben Johnson famous tenor and second left Martyn Brabbins, Conductor taken in December 2013 while performing Handels Messiah in Huddersfield Town Hall.Right: Donna Marie, solo singer and known as the Queen of Reggae in South America.|
Kees (known as Kase) of the Amstadam Bar, came to visit from Holland and met up with friends at the Central Lodge.
Pictured from Left to right: Andrew, Lorraine, Vanessa the dog, Kees, Joyce, Terry, Sue and Gary.
|Aaliya, Walid with Johnny and Angela. A family from Kuwait staying at the Central Lodge||
Carol, a receptionist at the Hotel with 3 young men just arrived from France to attend Huddersfield University.
Angela with Mr and Mrs Reaney from County Galway in Ireland.
|Edward Hudson and Facebook friends partying at the Central Lodge in June 2013.|
|Professor Papillon attended a fancy dress party in Huddersfield and is pictured here in his costume at the Central Lodge. When he returned he had lost his wings and probably more!||Miss Grace Chew from Singapore who stayed 15 nights is pictured with Angela in front of the World Map.|
|On the left Dave Cowan, a local Comedy Club organiser pictured with President O'Banjo who stayed at the Central Lodge Hotel in April 2013.||From the left: Curtis Walker, Eddie Nestor, and Robbie Gee. Three well known comedians who stayed at the Central Lodge while performing at the Theatre in town.|