Group Information

Our group directory is a list of local voluntary and community sector organisations who have vested interest in supporting our local natural environment or are interested in wider environmental issues. To find a group simply use our search facility where you can establish the geographical location of the group or their particular interests.

Groups can sign up to the directory for Free and can get involved in shaping the future of the Natural environment in Kirklees through partnerships with other groups.

Other benefits include access to a free insurance and tool share scheme plus a monthly newsletter with lots of information about funding, good news, training and other useful articles to help your group.

To sign up your group click the submit group to the directory button and complete the registration form.

Berry Brow Carnival

A volunteer committee who organise a family fun day in Berry Brow on day per year. We also organise fund raising events throughout the year.

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Birstall in Bloom (BIB)

For over 7 years BIB has developed 15 gardens and floral planting in and around Birstall. We encourage community participation and pride.

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Birstall Village Improvement Group

The objectives of the group are to make Birstall a better place in all ways through giving people a voice, a better environment in which to live and work and a place to share ideas and find solutions.

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Birstall Woodturning Club

We are a not for profit Club where members can get together to practise their hobby of woodturning learn new skills and enjoy like minded company.

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Calder Navigation Society

Registered Charity formed in 1969. The Calder Navigation Society (CNS) was formed in 1969 as an association of Boaters, Ramblers and others who are interested in promoting the use and sympathetic development of the waterways in the Calder Valley. The aims of the Society are: To stimulate public interest and appreciation of the waterways of […]

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Clayton West Millennium Green Trust

Maintenance of the 4.3 hectare parkland (the Millenniuum Green) given to the village. Organisation of accasional events. Encouraging diverse wildlife and liaising with local organisations eg school.

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