Group Information

Results for Huddersfield North (Ashbrow, Greenhead and Lindley)

Birkby Community Wildlife Garden

To create an ecologically diverse environment, encouraging wildlife to the garden and facilitating access for residents and groups from Birkby and the surrounding area for enjoyment and education.

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Clem’s Garden CIC

Clem’s Garden CIC is a volunteer-run social enterprise growing and selling eco-flowers (without the use of any chemical pesticides or fertilizers and using organic seed/potting compost and green waste garden compost) offering a greener alternative to much of the cut flower stock available on the high street. After covering costs, we donate all profits to […]

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Friends of Gledholt Woods (TP Woods)

Friends group carrying out general environmental work in Gledholt (also known as TP) Woods – repairing paths, planting trees and plants, collecting litter. Meet first Sunday in the month – 10 AM by the pond. Everyone welcome!

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Friends of Greenhead Park

The Friends of Greenhead Park is an independent voluntary group that works in partnership with Kirklees Council and others to ensure that our park is safe, attractive and well-used.

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Friends of Longley Woods

A group bringing together local residents and users of our woods to protect and improve the woodland in the Longley area, including Longley Wood Nature Reserve, Oakenbank, Ashenhurst, Martin Bank Woods, New Laith Scrog and Penny Spring Woods. We are eyes and ears, looking out for problems and reporting them and doing regular small scale […]

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Friends of Norman Park

A voluntary group helping to take care and look after the park for the community and for wildlife to enjoy. We have regular work days in park to pick litter, plant wildflowers, maintain facilities like benches and bins, improve biodiversity by the stream and create wildlife habitats. We also organise and run sports, wellbeing, food, […]

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Golcar and Slaithwaite Walkers are Welcome

To promote walking in the Colne Valley, through the provision of walk guides, a website and mapboards and the carrying out of footpath maintenance works, in liaison with Kirklees Council. We have skills in basic maintenance work and in writing and producing leaflets.

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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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