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Huddersfield's oldest public park offers a range of facilities and activities across the site. One of the two listed parks in Huddersfield, Beaumont Park is a very popular park with visitors from Huddersfield...
Beaumont Park, Huddersfield website
Bradley Park is a modern Community Centre, sports and 16 acre recreation ground in the centre of Bradley, Huddersfield. Bradley Park land and buildings are owned and run by Friends of Bradley Park volunteer...
Bradley Park Community Centre and Bradley Park website
01484 599 433
Crow Nest Park in Dewsbury opened to the public in 1893, founded upon the landscaped gardens of a country house estate. The grounds have been landscaped since the 16th century, gradually transforming the...
Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury website
Dewsbury Country Park is located on the former Lower Spen Valley Landfill site between Ravensthorpe, Dewsbury Moor and Heckmondwike.
Dewsbury Country Park - Dewsbury's newest public open space, and one...
Dewsbury Country Park website
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 also organise a wide programme of events in the...
Friends of Beaumont Park, Huddersfield website
We are a community group who work to make the most of this beautiful victorian park. We help to maintain the beautiful walled gardens and greenhouses for our local community to enjoy. As well as arranging...
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
The Friends of Mirfield Memorial Park was formed in 2019 as a follow-up to Mirfield Playground Project, which was a voluntary community organisation aiming to improve the children's play area at Mirfield...
Friends of Mirfield Memorial 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
Group supporting Tolson Museum and Ravensknowle Park.
Please see our facebook for more details.
Friends of Tolson Museum and Ravensknowle Park website
We are regular users of West End Park who work with the Council to maintain and improve its appearance and facilities so that more people can use, love and respect it.
We are a loose and informally welcoming...
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
Greenhead Park opened in September 1884 and has proved to be popular with the people of Huddersfield ever since. Only half a mile from Huddersfield town centre, the park is a world away from the hustle...
Greenhead Park, Huddersfield website
Oakwell Hall is a Grade I Listed Elizabethan manor house, furnished as a family home of the 1690s, complete with its own mysterious ghost. Oakwell Hall was also visited by Charlotte Bronte in the 1830s...
Oakwell Hall and Oakwell Hall Country Park website
Information regarding Council-owned parks and recreation grounds.
Parks and Recreation Grounds (Kirklees Council-owned) website
The mansion, now home to Tolson Museum, together with the formal gardens around the building, were given to the Corporation of Huddersfield in 1919 as a memorial to the owner's nephews, who were lost in...
Ravensknowle Park, Huddersfield 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
Welcome to the Friends of Norman Park. We are a voluntary group helping to take care of the park for the community and wildlife to enjoy.
We have regular work days in park, including litter picks, footpath...
The Friends of Norman Park (Birkby) 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
*September 2023- we understand the group is still active but have been unable to confirm the contact e mail address shown.
We are a friendly group of volunteers committed to:
1) improving Staincliffe...
Built in the 18th Century, Storthes Hall Park has been reinvented many times over the decades to eventually become a popular wedding and outdoor venue accessible across West Yorkshire. It holds a host...
The Venue and Storthes Hall Park website
Wilton Park is the main park serving the bustling town of Batley in North Kirklees. There are two main areas to the park which are divided by a steeply sloping wooded area. At the top of the slope is Bagshaw...
Wilton Park, Batley website
Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an international centre for modern and contemporary sculpture that sets out to challenge, inspire, inform and delight. Changing outdoor exhibitions are situated in 500 acres...
Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) website