Because of the Coronavirus, meetings may be subject to change or cancellation. Any changes will be posted here.
JUNE: Talk on bike-friendly towns
Please note: This meeting will take place online via Zoom June 2 at 7pm
Richard Armitage, FCILT, Executive Director of the European Cycle Logistics Federation takes as his theme Bike-friendly towns: Lessons from Manchester and other European cities; what would an ambitious cycling strategy for Huddersfield and south Kirklees look like?
JULY: Day visit, Manchester and its Northern Quarter
Manchester July 11, meet at 8.30am
Sited between Piccadilly and the Ancoats, the Northern Quarter is home to independent fashion stores, record shops, cafés, bars and restaurants. Discover the history and development of this fast regenerating area.
AUGUST 12 & 19: Recycling Centre visit
SUEZ Kirklees Recycling & Recovery Centre, Diamond Street, Huddersfield. Wednesday, August 12 & 19, 10.30am
Richard Armitage, FCILT, Executive Director of the European Cycle Logistics Federation takes as his theme Bike-friendly towns – lessons from Manchester and other European cities.
SEPTEMBER: 'What did the Ramsdens ever do for us?'
Huddersfield Town Hall. Tuesday, September 8, 7.30pm
What did the Ramsdens ever do for us? A presentation by David Griffiths as part of the Huddersfield 2020 centenary events about the ‘Town That Bought Itself’.
OCTOBER: Jeff Keenleyside & Lynva Russell
Huddersfield Town Hall Tuesday, October 6, 7.30pm Jeff Keenleyside & Lynva Russell will discuss Greenstreams/River Holme Connections Initiatives and the Three Valleys Nature Park Proposals.
November: Queensgate Market's 50th anniversary
Huddersfield Town Hall Tuesday, November 3, 7.30pm Chris Marsden talks about Huddersfield's unique listed building.
DECEMBER: Christmas social
Head of Steam, St George's Square Tuesday, December 8, 7.30pm Chris Marsden talks about Huddersfield's unique listed building.