Coronavirus: Organisations which offer help in your community

National Lockdown restrictions have been eased

COVID-19 restrictions in Kirklees tells you more about what this means.

We're working closely with a network of larger community organisations (these are called community anchor organisations) and many mutual aid groups in our local places, who are a key part of our co-ordinated COVID-19 Community Response efforts across Kirklees. They are offering local services and helping respond to requests for help from those who are self-isolating and vulnerable. When you request help, either Kirklees Council or one of these organisations will respond - we are all working together to keep everyone safe and well.

How to request help

Request help from COVID-19 Community Response

Mutual aid groups in local places

Find a mutual aid group: Covid-19 Mutual Aid UK

Community anchor organisations near you

Batley, Birstall and Birkenshaw

Yorkshire Children's Centre , Jo Cox House, Batley


Jo Cox Foundation , Jo Cox House, Batley

Dewsbury, Ravensthorpe, Thornhill Mirfield

Paddock Trust

Holme Valley including Meltham

Holme Valley Tech

Colne Valley

Colne Valley Care Co-operative

Dearne Valley, Skelmanthorpe, Lepton, Kirkheaton, Kirkburton, Shepley

Denby Dale Centre

Netherton, Newsome, Lockwood, Thornton Lodge, Crosland Moor, Paddock, Longwood

Paddock Trust

Town Centre, Dalton, Moldgreen, Waterloo, Almondbury

Huddersfield Mission

Ashbrow ward, Birkby, Lindley, Fartown, Marsh, Salendine Nook

Local Services 2 You , Chestnut Centre, Deighton

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