Group Information

Natural Kirklees was formed to support our members and in liaison with Kirklees Council improve our natural environment.

To Find A Group

To find a group simply click on an appropriate Category in the list below or a location in the right sidebar.

To Apply for Membership

Groups can apply for membership and on acceptance be added to the Directory for Free and can get involved in shaping the future of the Natural environment in Kirklees through partnerships with other groups.  Click here to Become a Member.


Benefits include:
  • a free public liability insurance scheme for full members;
  • the ability to borrow tools from our two tool stores for all members;
  • a frequent newsletter with information about funding, good news, training and other useful articles to help your group.
  • quarterly meetings to share information, knowledge and resources with similar groups all across Kirklees.

Friends of Churchfield

To maintain this community open space, enhancing the biodiversity by undertaking planting, and therefore increasing the wildlife. A Heritage Lottery Grant in September 2015 enabled the Friends to improve access for wheelchairs and buggies, and provide information by installing information boards, documenting the history and biodiversity of the field and its surroundings. The Friends organise […]

Read more

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

Read more

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.

Read more

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

Read more

Friends of Earlsheaton Park

We are a group of local community members, of Earlsheaton and the surrounding areas. Our aim is to understand what improvements the community would like to see in the park and other communal areas. To raise funds and organise volunteering activity, so that we can improve the area and provide an opportunity for the community […]

Read more