Shelley Community Association seeks to enhance opportunities, leisure time and environment of village of Shelley for all its residents
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.
The aims and objectives of Shepley Bird and Wildlife Group are to promote the interest and knowledge of birds and wildlife and the conservation of same, through illustrative talks and regular outdoor field visits.
The social aspect of both indoor and outdoor meetings provides regular social contact within the group and acts as an antidote to loneliness and isolation.
Purpose and objectives The general purpose of the trust is to enhance the environment of Kirkheaton, adjacent areas and schemes in other places that contribute to achieving the trusts objectives. In particular, the trust will seek to: 1. Protect, conserve and enrich habitats, landscapes and built structures in Kirkheaton and adjacent areas including by acquiring and managing land and property; 2. promote activities and projects that contribute to sustainable development including carbon sequestration, micro-energy schemes, recreation, car-free transport, and high energy-efficiency buildings including houses; 3. promote greater understanding and enjoyment of the environment
To provide exercise and a social competitive facility for local residents.To maintain and promote the biodiverse area of the Petanque terrains in Burton Dean Park.
To create a community orchard by planting fruit trees on an area of land on Lepton recreation ground and along the footpaths, and plant fruit trees in other areas across the Ward, with a view to improving the area further. Creating an orchard will improve the local ecological value of the recreation ground and surrounding area and enhance it by creating a habitat for bees and pollinators; it will work towards improving air quality in our area, be a local food source, provide opportunities for outdoor activity working in the natural environment which is known to benefit well-being and mental health as well as provide relaxing areas for just enjoying the natural environment.
Aims and objectives. The aims and objectives of the Group shall be: a) To help make Cliffe House a vibrant, safe, pleasant and enjoyable environment for residents and visitors. b) To encourage and promote activities which will make Cliffe House a better place to work and visit. c) To improve access to Cliffe House for all user groups. d) To develop ideas and events aimed at enhancing Cliffe House for the benefit of all. e) To encourage partnerships and cohesion within the village to enhance Cliffe House.
· Encourage resident participation and strengthen community bonds. · Maintain and husband the environment of publicly accessible spaces in Thurstonland not covered by Kirklees Local Green Spaces. · Monitor, record and communicate aspects of Thurstonland’s natural environment including but not limited to Badgers, Foxes, Bats, Newts, natural and agricultural fauna, and recognised invasive species in the wild. · Support local schools attended by residents with material and topics for environmental and sustainability subjects e.g., Natural History GCSE.
The Association exists to: to represent the community whose place of residence is Stocksmoor; to promote the interests and well being of the Village community as a whole; to provide a link between different groups in the village; to liaise/consult with relevant authorities / bodies as appropriate on behalf of the community to seek funding to facilitate the above.
A Community Group for the Village of Farnley Tyas village to promote the village, improve the village, and amenities, local support, arrange events, fund raising for the group and charities. We meet every month and produce a local news letter to residents 3 times per year, litter picking local area once per month and support the local church