Adding your event
Events and activities are normally added through an organisation's account. It is usually the group running the event although this isn't crucial.
If your organisation is on Community Directory and you don't have the login you can either:
Listings are free, and events should take place in Kirklees, or towns and villages within a mile of the boundary.
Events appear in Community Directory and on Kirklees Council's events page.
Also they should feature for short periods on the Council's home page.
Activities appear in the Things to Do section of Community Directory.
Events are essentially 'one-off' items (e.g. concerts, plays, sales, talks, walks).
Activities are regular meetings, usually weekly or monthly, and exhibitions of more than a few days.
If your group is already on Community Directory the login holder is likely to be the main contact shown for the group.
If he or she can't remember it there is a forgotten login facility on the login page and this should work through the main contact's email.
If it doesn't work, or if the main contact has left the group, please contact us on email@example.com Please mention the name of the organisation you'd like to edit, and your connection to this organisation.
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From 1 to 7 February Samuel Hodgson -
original songs devised after a community cycling project.
Watch any day or time during lockdown.
Operates daily online. Please contact us or see our website to join.
Hannah Lee with both an entertaining storytime and an inspiring true story. Live at 11am and also available to catch up with later.
Join in at any time.
Details and videos can be accessed any time.
Lawrence Batley Theatre, Queen Street, Huddersfield, HD1 2SP
**Postponed to May 5 2021**
Cosy Crafting - join Kim to explore a range of craft styles using items you may already have around your home,
Cleckheaton Farmers Market, St Johns Car Park, Bradford Road, Cleckheaton, BD19 3RH
Regular local activities - things to do on a particular day of the week, or at a particular time.