Group Information

Results for Holme Valley (Holme Valley North, Holme Valley South)

Friends of Cliff Recreation Ground

To preserve the natural environment of Cliff Recreation Ground. To encourage greater use of the Rec, as a community resource. To promote a sense of ownership of the Rec amongst people living locally, particularly young people. To develop the Rec as a destination for visitors from outside the local area

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Friends of Mag Wood

To protect, preserve, maintain and enjoy the woodlands that can be found between Netherton, Armitage Bridge and Magdale. We believe that open woodlands are a vital part of the character of the area in which we live: a place for wildlife and biodiversity, a place for human relaxation and contemplation, and a small part of […]

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Friends of Ramsden Road

We represent all user groups and our aim is to ensure that the lane can be repaired/maintained so that it remains open long-term to all.

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Grow to School

Grow to School works with primary schools to develop the outdoor curriculum. We deliver exciting challenging topic based, food growing and cook and eat projects. Our sessions are cross-curricular and provide a whole learning experience. Our sessions on: ´ Learning outside the classroom – topic or subject based outdoor sessions tailored to the Curriculum. ´ […]

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Growing Works

Growing Works nurtures healthy lives and communities outdoors. By connecting people with their environment and providing supportive activities we help to improve health, happiness and encourage engagement within communities. Participants generally are vulnerable or isolated people, many affected by mental or physical ill health or disabilities. Our main projects are: Bud: Supporting adults through therapeutic […]

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Holmepride – Community in Action

We are a community group dedicated to making improvements around all the villages that constitute the Holme Valley. Working with both Kirklees and Parish councils, other local community groups, schools, churches and respond for help in areas highlighted by local residents. We have no restrictions as to who can volunteer on our projects, encouraging engagement […]

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Holmfirth Transition Town

As a Transition Town, HoTT is working towards a more sustainable ‘low carbon’ life style in the Holme Valley. We are involved in initiatives that include: community fruit and vegetable gardens (HoTT Edible);community energy schemes (HoTT Energy and HoTTWind); projects to reduce, reuse and recycle waste (HoTT Recycling Group); raising awareness of climate change through […]

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Holmfirth Walkers are Welcome

We organise free guided walks and an annual walking festival in Holmfirth. We are affiliated to Holmfirth Library and Tourist Information Centre. Our other activities include reporting on local footpaths, litter picks, path clearance etc.

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