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Current activities

How do you feel about Huddersfield town centre?

8th July to 18th August 2019

We all have our own experience of a place. Staff from Kirklees Council and local volunteers are out and about in Huddersfield town centre this summer asking you to share your experiences of your town. You can also take part online.


Ask MelthamAsk Meltham

6th July to 2nd August 2019

Look out for local volunteers out and about in Meltham, Helme and Wilshaw asking what life in the area is like. There are also some drop-in activities and you can request a home visit or take part online. Organised by Meltham Town Council.


The Big Local Conversation in AshbrowThe Big Local Conversation

July to October 2019

The Big Local Conversation started at Deighton Carnival on Saturday 29th June. There are activities in Deighton, Sheepridge, Bradley, Fartown, Fixby and Cowcliffe. Organised by the Ashbrow ward councillors and volunteers from local organisations.


See all Activities 

 


Our PlacesOur places

Want to find out what’s been happening in local places and see what people said about their place? On this page you can find all the places where people have got involved so far, listed by Neighbourhood and by Ward. We will add the latest results to this page as we get them.


BlogBlog

We’re working with citizens and colleagues to make sure that everyone has a stake in the place where they live, work or visit. Read our latest blogs to find out more about how citizens, local organisations and Kirklees Council are working together in our places.


Join our email listJoin our email list

Want to keep in touch? We’re working with our citizens and others to grow a stronger local democracy in Kirklees, from the ground up. We’d like you to be part of it. Please sign up if you’d like to get updates about our activities and events, or hear more about our work.

 

Other ways to keep in touch

Find us on twitter: @kirkdemocracy
Visit the Kirklees Democracy Commission website


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