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Results for Woodlands

EPIKS (Environmental Projects in Kirklees)

EPIKs delivers environmental projects so that people can get better access to green spaces on their doorstep, engage in active travel and take action for the local environment. We have regular outdoor volunteer work parties and work in partnership with community groups and businesses. This helps us to get the best local knowledge and impact […]

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Experience Community

Experience Community is a charity and not-for-profit organisation that helps physically disabled people access the outdoors through organising regular inclusive walking and cycling activities. They work in partnership with landowners to develop suitable routes for disabled people and then make short films about them to provide relevant information for the target audience. They also have […]

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Fartown forest Garden

An area of wildlife and orchard beside dewhurst Road allotments. Growing works now runs activities here, apple days, pruning, blossom days. We planted the trees 15 years ago. Lots of Yorkshire varieties.

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Friends of Beaumont Park

Friends of Beaumont Park work in partnership with Kirklees Council to promote the regeneration of the park providing a positive, rewarding experience for all the community.

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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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