Inclusive Community Project nominees
Recognising community groups that operate in an inclusive way or promote equality, diversity and inclusion in their activities.
Friends of Batley Library
The Friends of Batley Library encourage local residents from all diversities to come together and enjoy the library services. The Friends of Batley Library create a focal point for community activities and promote the ways in which residents can develop their learning, join clubs and classes, and combat feelings of loneliness and isolation. This vital work encourages self-development and endorses inclusivity and harmony in the Batley community.
Welcome Mentors & This Way for English
Welcome Mentors & This Way for English are two groups that are assisting migrants to settle in the local area. The groups support refugees in way of medical appointments, information about accessing education and social clubs. They celebrate migration, supporting migrants in every way they can.
Gup Shup & Chai
Initially Gup Shup & Chai was established to offer a safe space where women in the Birkby community could meet to chat and enjoy a cup of tea. The group has since evolved to bring together parts of the community who would not usually interact, creating a place where the residents can learn about each other's cultures and make new friends.
Huddersfield Students' Union
Huddersfield Students' Union brought together 14 different local organisations to deliver HudPride. It was a great success, there was a range of entertainment and activities attracting over 800 people across the weekend. Pride celebrates the LGBT+ movement and aims to inclusive to all. The Students Union is a charity run for the university students but they generously organised a festival for the whole town.
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