Heritage Open Days (HODs) in Kirklees
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We are all volunteers and we are a member of Natural Kirklees and this means we are fully insured (which is free for registered groups). We have access to a tool store and help and advice from the other members and main committee.
Chance to network and keep up to date with all things volunteering at the next Volunteering Kirklees Network(VKN) Meeting in Batley.
Got a great idea for making your local place even better? Interested in crowdfunding? Come along to a free workshop to find out how Growing Great Places can help you with funding and support.
Grow to School CIC are looking for an outdoor learning and food growing practitioner to work in schools
New Year’s Day Walk 2020
Click here to see review -> NK 2019 Review 2019 has been a successful year for Kirklees volunteer groups. We have 104 groups on the directory and a few successes have been included on the NK 2019 Review. We haven’t mentioned the successful GGG because Tim Duke gave us a full run down at our quarterly […]
This time they have been working with Friends of Rectory to improve their very wet and muddy park.
Over 70 school children from Crowlees CE Junior & Infant School & Diamond Wood Community Academy have been out this week planting 8000 bulbs between Mirfield and Ravensthorpe.
Apprenticeship Ranger opportunity – Work across 3 stunning sites: the blanket bogs of Marsden Moor, the gardens of East Riddlesden and the woodlands of Hardcastle Crags.