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Results for Woodlands

Friends of Caulms Wood

Friends of Caulms Wood want to improve the site and make it more user friendly and tidier. We want to create an outdoor classroom for local school children to use for learning about nature and the environment. Friends of Caulms Wood utilise the Kirklees Volunteer Groups – such as Tranformers North – to support the […]

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Friends of Cliffe House

To support Cliffe House as a vibrant, safe and enjoyable environment for residents and visitors. To promote the profile of Cliffe House and work cohesively within the village.

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Friends of Dean Wood

To conserve Dean Wood, its flora and fauna and wildlife habitats as a community resource and promote its use by local people as a place for the quiet enjoyment and study of the countryside.’ To Plan organise and carry out practical conservation works and such other activities as the Group

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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 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 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 Rectory Park

To work with Kirklees to keep Rectory Park open,tidy and accessible to the residents of Thornhill. To hold an annual Gala and dog show.

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Friends of Slaithwaite Spa (FOSS)

In collaboration with Kirklees Council and Natural Kirklees to reinstate, maintain and enhance the public amenities of the park as a place for quiet relaxation for residents and visitors of all ages. To organise occasional public gala-type events and to promote the use of the park by other appropriate organisations.

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