Listening to Heckmondwike

How do you feel about Heckmondwike town centre?

Everyone has their own experience of a place. Kirklees Council and your local councillors would really like to hear how you feel about visiting, working in or living in Heckmondwike town centre. Our teams are out and about in the town centre. We’re asking visitors, residents, businesses and local organisations how you feel about Heckmondwike town centre now, and what things you’d like to see in the future. You can also take part online.

Please get involved to share your experiences, so that we can invest in more of the things that matter to local people. You can take part now, then find out the results later in the year.

Where: In and around Heckmondwike town centre
When:
from 4th October to 1st November 2021

Organised by Kirklees Council. Supported by Heckmondwike ward councillors.


How to take part

You can participate in any of these ways:

Take part online

The quickest and easiest way to take part is to complete our online questionnaire:

Take part online


Take part in a local conversation

Look out for us in the town centre. Here’s where you can find us…

Heckmondwike town centre at Blanket Hall Street, Green Park or the bus station (weather permitting) from 10.30am to 12.30pm

Tuesday 5th October

Tuesday 12th October

Tuesday 19th October

Tuesday 26th October

Heckmondwike Library from 11am to 1pm

Thursday 7th October  

Tuesday 12th October

Tuesday 19th October

Wellness on Wheels Bus, at Morrisons supermarket from 10am to 3pm 

Wednesday 13th October

Friday 29th October

Plus Bus, at Morrisons supermarket (with the Community Plus Team) from 10am to 3pm 

Tuesday 26th October


Take part by post

If you would prefer to complete a printed copy of our questionnaire, please phone 01484 221000 (Kirklees Council) and ask for Susan Ginty, or request your copy via email: PlaceStandard@kirklees.gov.uk. We will also send you a freepost return envelope.


What will happen next?

Investing in our town centres

We all want to see our town centres revitalised and to do this we really need to know what people think about them.  

Our town centres provide a range of business, cultural, leisure and local retail facilities and are also areas of local growth. Kirklees Council are investing £1.5m in Heckmondwike town centre, as part of our small town centres funding. We are also investing in other ways.

We know that how our towns look and feel is important in attracting people to visit them. We want our towns to be clean, environmentally friendly, and welcoming for children and families.

By contributing now, you can help to inform the improvements to Heckmondwike town centre, by helping us understand what’s important to you. 


Contact us

If you need any help taking part, please phone 01484 221000 (Kirklees Council) and ask for Susan Ginty, or email: susan.ginty@kirklees.gov.uk


Get the results

The results will be shared via this website and in Holmfirth town centre. Please sign up for our email list if you’d like us to send you the results:

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