We are a student led group working to achieve the college's green agenda to reduce carbon emissions and plastic waste, and improve biodiversity on site. We planted 300 trees last year and this year the students would like to plant 30 more trees on site but we need access to tools to do this.
We are the DIGS Accommodation site based in Kirkburton, Storthes Hall Park. Our students are extremely eco conscious and keen to do litter picks to help our local community as well as benefit from getting out and about improving their health and wellbeing.
To help protect Gledholt woods and adjacent Horses Field for wildlife and recreational use.
The Friends of Highfields Community Orchard maintains and encourages community use of a community orchard site in Huddersfield, HD1.
Remove litter and rubbish from our communal, woodland and wildlife areas to improve our local environment for our residents and wildlife
To provide and maintain a small area of urban woodland with aims to include the conservation and promotion of wildlife; in doing so, to provide a resource for the local people (adults, young people, families) to come to, somewhere nearby but relatively tranquil; somewhere from which to appreciate nature, it’s looks, smells and sounds and the open air, and to have opportunities to further their knowledge and experience of nature and it’s conservation through the seasons.
To develop a greenspace which is accessible and inclusive to all, where they can meet and feel proud about the space and therefore take care of it: - To develop a space where individuals and families (and dogs) can play, exercise and meet to feel connected. - To create an environment which balances formal planting with a place where nature can thrive - To secure funds and campaign to improve the infrastructure and existing facilities of the park. - To promote the physical and mental health and wellbeing of the local community in all activity undertaken by the group.
Welcome to the Friends of Norman Park. We are a voluntary group helping to take care of the park for the community and wildlife to enjoy. We have regular work days in park, including litter picks, footpath clearing, gardening and maintaining facilities in the park. We are currently working on improving the biodiversity and creating new wildlife habitats and gardens. We also run sports, wellbeing, food, music, arts and crafts events for families throughout the year, including Bonkers for Conkers and Carols in the Park. New volunteers and member are always welcomed.
To create and maintain a woodland habitat for the recreation of humans and the support of wildlife / flora.
• To raise the profile of the designated area in the local community • To improve the habitat value of the designated area • To secure funds to improve the infrastructure of the designated area • To campaign for improving the existing facilities in the designated