Local volunteers from Shelley Community Association, and staff from Kirklees Council
and Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing, have been talking to people about life in Shelley village. Together we used a tool called the “Place Standard”, which is a way of helping to get conversations going about any place (it could be your street, neighbourhood or town), by using some simple questions. We’d like to say thank you to everyone who took part.
Our team of 15 volunteers talked with people about our area in many local places,
including Shelley First School, Shelley Sixth Form College, The Cabin pre-school, Shelley
Emmanuel Church, Shelley Methodist Church, Shelley Cricket Club, local pub and clubs,
local shops including McColl’s, Recreation Ground, bus stops, local businesses and
traders, Post Office, domiciliary visits, housing managed by Kirklees Neighbourhood
Housing, and with members of local groups including Shelley Community Association,
groups meeting in the halls, Baby and Toddlers, all uniformed children’s groups, over 60s
groups, Ukulele, Gentle Exercise and Well Being groups. 55 people participated online.
citizens took part in the conversations
Place Standard assessments were completed
What did people say about their place?
Have a look at our results summary to see what people said about Shelley:
If you’d like, you can also look at the results in more detail by downloading our data:
What happens next?
There will be a session to share the results, where people will be asked what actions to focus on, based on what we’ve learned, on Monday 10th February 2020 from 6.30pm to 7.30pm at Shelley Village Hall, 98 Huddersfield Road, Shelley, Huddersfield HD8 8HE
Shelley Community Association will use the results to help review the Shelley Village Plan. If you’d like to get involved, you can contact Ann Priestman of Shelley Community Association. Email: Ann.firstname.lastname@example.org