Group Information

Results for Wildlife and Biodiversity

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 Lees Holme Park

A group of people from the local community making a positive difference to Lees Holme Park. Through gardening and other activities that will make the park more welcoming for all.

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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 Norman Park

We have regular work days in park, including litter picks, footpath clearing, gardening and maintaining facilities in the park. We are currently working on improving the biodiversity by the stream and creating new wildlife habitats. We also organise and run sports, wellbeing, food, arts and crafts events for families throughout the year, including Bonkers for […]

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Friends of Park Gate

Friends of Park Gate are developing, maintaining and will manage the land off Station Road in Skelmanthorpe creating a small country park.

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