Raising money through the precept is necessary for the following reasons: Cuts to grant funding Unfortunately Kirklees Council has significantly reduced the grant it provides to the Town … [Read more...] about No increase in the precept demand – at its meeting on the 8 February 2021 the Town Council authorised a formal precept demand to Kirklees Council for £137,982 for 2021/22 which means there is no increase in the precept demand from the previous year.
Below is the ‘easy read’ summary document for the engagement on the proposals for Family Hubs. The links to the online survey and frequently asked questions are included in the … [Read more...] about Kirklees Council’s proposals for ‘Family Hubs’ – have your say by completing the online survey
As part of its commitment to tackling the climate emergency Kirklees Council say ‘we need to look at our relationship with the things we throw away’. Have your say by taking part in the Kirklees … [Read more...] about Kirklees Council are seeking your views on the waste we generate and what to do with it.
The planning process is vital in addressing such issues and works best when local authorities, local communities and developers work together creating effective partnerships to achieve positive … [Read more...] about Can you help the Peak District National Park Authority to set policy for the future of the National Park?
Let us know your views You can view the draft masterplan by clicking the following links Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Please complete our online questionnaire about the park by clicking … [Read more...] about Robert Ashton Memorial Park – questionnaire and draft masterplan
Download our activity sheet here … [Read more...] about Family Activity in Robert Ashton Park
Dave Pattern, who created Huddersfield Exposed, has painstakingly scanned all the materials which included text and photos and used special techniques to improve the quality of the images. Everything … [Read more...] about Meltham in Focus goes live!
See the before and after shots. … [Read more...] about Another successful tidy up in Meltham
It is important that users follow our guidance and use the areas responsibly, so everyone can enjoy them. Users need to keep a distance from other users and parents should take responsibility for … [Read more...] about Play areas at the Robert Ashton park in Meltham are now open!
The news that we were allowed to start reopening play areas from July 4th was greatly welcomed. However, this is not simply a case of taking down “closed” signs. Residents are asked to be patient a … [Read more...] about Town Council working to safely reopen play areas at Robert Ashton Memorial Park