Volunteers living on the Bromley Park development look after the green open spaces on the development and have done so for the last several years. The development self funds from donations from the residentsRead more
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BEG works in the Kirkburton / Highburton Area. It has received various grants to enable it to improve the environment of the local area. BEG work is mainly based at Burton Dean Park (including a Petanque site), Town Quarry community trails and Geology site, Burton Fields Community Trim Trail (including Exercise Stations) and the Memorial […]Read more
Allotment holders association on the Churchfield, Denby Dale. New environmentally friendly growing space.Read more
Kaye’s Millennium Green is 4.27 hectares of traditional parkland in Clayton West. The Green has many mature parkland trees whose character is maintained by the browsing of the cattle who graze there in the summer. It is crossed by the well-used Kirklees Way and is a favourite dog walk and popular recreation ground for people […]Read more
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 […]Read more
Woodland management and habitat creation. Footpath and dry stone wall maintenance. Creation/management of Picnic and Play areaRead more
To encourage the creation of new woodland through the planting of trees in the Colne Valley area (defined as an area to the west of Huddersfield and lying between the County Boundary at Standedge and the railway viaduct at Longroyd Bridge).Read more
A community association and registered charity for Cumberworth residents run by volunteersRead more
A community action group who over the last two weekends have cleared Cumberworth Road Skelmanthorpe of weeds and made Ponker Lane saferRead more
Denby Dale Parish Countryside Project covers an area of approximately 50 square kilometres in the South East of Kirklees District. The project has the aims of conserving, enhancing and promoting environmental quality, recreational opportunity and ecological sustainability throughout Denby Dale Parish.Read more