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An active youth group offering independent scouting for all. Scout activities include kayaking, canoeing, camping, shooting, archery, hillwalking, campfire cooking, photography, social events and much...
1st Upper Dearne Valley Navigators website
Brighouse Art Circle is a non-profit making, friendly and active club which would love some new members. The art circle has been in existence for 70 years and meets every Thursday evening at 7.30pm at...
Brighouse Art Circle website
Growing Works is a vibrant charity supporting children, families, adults and carers who have a range of disabilities, physical or mental health needs. Our aim is to Nurture Healthy Lives Outdoors, reducing...
Growing Works website
Based in Dewsbury, a none for profit asset based community development organisation that became a registered charity in 2018 who provides support to other constituted groups and charities in progression,...
Happy Hour Yorkshire website
Kirklees College offers hundreds of courses in a massive variety of curriculum areas, ranging from hair and beauty to brickwork including full time, Apprenticeships, part time for leisure and professional...
Kirklees College website
A miniature passenger carrying railway operated by "Spenborough Model & Experimental Engineers Ltd" in Royds Park, Eddercliffe, Cleckheaton BD19 5LL
Please see our website for more details or our facebook...
Royds Park Railway (Cleckheaton) website
Founded in 1980, with the aim of bringing people together who share a common interest in Antiques, Art & Collectables. We regularly have informative and entertaining professional speakers from all over...
The Friends of Norman Park is a small group of residents working to improve our park in Birkby, Huddersfield, for the benefit of local people and wildlife. To get involved, please see our website below...
The Friends of Norman Park (Birkby) website