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Mount Forum and Mount Community

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  1. Mount Community has various regular activities - these are open to all and those during the daytime are especially attractive to older retired people. They include:

    Mondays 10am to12.15pm - musical activities including singing.

    Wednesdays 2pm to 4pm - art activities.

    Wednesdays by arrangement - talks, quizzes and film shows.

    Please contact us for more details.

    Mount Forum meets every two months throughout the year at Mount Methodist Church. The aims of the group are:

    • To identify the issues and problems affecting the residents living in the geographical area of Mount
    • To seek to resolve them by liaising with local councillors and/or other appropriate authorities
    • To pursue local initiatives that will benefit the local residents of Mount.

    Local councillors and the police usually attend our meetings.


Alan Jones

23 Shannon Drive Mount, Huddersfield HD3 3UL

Organisation last updated

  1. 15 October 2019

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  1. Mount Methodist Church, Moorlands Road, Mount, Huddersfield, HD3 3UQ
    1. All key services are accessible. Wheelchair access
    2. Either, there are specially marked parking spaces for disabled people, or disabled people can park within 50 metres of an accessible entrance. Disabled parking
    3. There is a toilet which can be accessed by people with disabilities including wheelchair users. This means that it complies with the standards set out in Part M of the Building Regulations,'Access to and use of buildings. Fully accessible toilet
    4. There is a loop system. Please contact the venue if you need further information. Loop system
    fully accessible for disabled users


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Social gatherings for older people

  1. Social gatherings for older people during the daytime are being planned.

  2. 15/10/2019


  1. Mount Forum was constituted on 14th October 2008. It has since identified several issues of concern to local people such as roads, parking, transport arrangements, speeding and nuisances. It received a grant from Kirklees Council and the acount was opened in April 2009. Local councillors have come along to meetings and the police have come along to introduce themselves and make contact with the local residents.

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