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The Friends of Beaumont Park is a voluntary group actively working with Kirklees Council to regenerate the Park and restore it to its former glory. We work with Kirklees Council on a regularly-reviewed...
Friends of Beaumont Park, Huddersfield website
A voluntary organisation which aims to encourage people to use the park and make it a better place for everyone to enjoy.
Meetings on the 1st Monday in the month at 6.30pm.
Friends of Crow Nest Park website
We are working to rejuvenate the Park for the benefit of the whole community. We meet at 7pm on the last Tuesday of every month in the Marsden Mechanics Institute. All welcome. Please see Marsden Mechanics...
Friends of Marsden Park website
Formed in May 2010 Friends of Rectory Park is for people who are passionate about the park and its history. Our main aims are the preservation and restoration of the Grade 2 listed Island which contains...
Friends of Rectory Park Thornhill website
We are regular users of West End Park who wish to improve its appearance and facilities so that more people can use, love and respect it.
We are a loose and informally welcoming community group.
We are a voluntary community friends group established in March 2015 with the aim of improving all aspects of Wilton Park and its facilities.
The Council, based in Huddersfield, does a good job with ever...
Friends Of Wilton Park, Batley website
The Friends of Greenhead Park is an independent voluntary group that works in partnership with Kirklees Council to ensure that our park is safe, attractive and well-used.
The Friends of Greenhead Park:
The Friends of Greenhead Park (FoGP) website
The Friends of Scholes Recreation Ground group seeks funding opportunities for the development of ‘The Rec’ (as it is locally known) and is active in improving the park environment. The recreation ground...
The Friends of Scholes Recreation Ground website