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The Campaign to Protect Rural England fights for a better future for your countryside. We believe that a beautiful, thriving countryside is important for everyone, no matter where they live, and we stand...
Campaign to Protect Rural England West Yorkshire website
The Meltham Greenway uses an old railway line, and runs for about a kilometre from Cobble Street, near Meltham Morrisons to Huddersfield Road, near Meltham Mills.
The Friends are involved in the maintenance...
Friends of Meltham Greenway website
Greenstreams promotes biodiversity, improved public access and organises volunteer clean-ups of the river corridor (River Colne).
We work with local business partners and community organisations to improve...
We're a thriving community of food growers in the Newsome Ward of Huddersfield. We aim to build and strengthen relationships between local residents through the shared activity of growing and eating our...
Growing Newsome website
Meetings usually on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 7.30pm (September to May, except December) at Holmfirth Civic Hall.
Please see facebook link for more details.
Holme Valley Civic Society website
Activities involve preservation, improvement and expansion of the bridleways network in Kirklees. Special events as advertised locally. Please see our website for details.
Kirklees Bridleways Group website
Aim: To improve the Public Right of Way (PROW) network in the Newsome Ward.
This is done through monitoring the state of the PROW network and reporting issues to the Council. Working with the council,...
Various services including details of ownership of land and property - please see website for more details.
Ownership of Land and Property - The Land Registry website
Please see the website for information on public rights of way in Kirklees: footpaths, bridleways and byways.
Public Rights of Way website
Public meeting with the Council's rights of way teams. Meetings are normally organised three times a year, and walkers, horse riders, cyclists, land owners and anyone with an interest in the countryside...