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Disclaimer and copyright

Kirklees Council makes every possible effort to ensure that the information published by it on its website ( is up-to-date and accurate. It accepts no legal liability for errors or omissions and reserves the right to make changes without notice. Kirklees Council accepts no responsibility for any inaccurate advice or information which is given by sites which have been reached through links from the council's own web pages.

Copyright and re-use licensing

All material published on this website ( is Copyright of Kirklees Council except for any material which has been marked as being the copyright of a third party. Intellectual property rights in some of this material may be held by individual authors. The law of England and Wales applies to the content of this website. All rights reserved.
You may download the material featured on this website to file or printer for non-commercial research and private study. Certain other non-commercial re-use is allowed without application. Details of when this applies and the terms and conditions of re-use can be found in the Copyright and re-use licensing section of this website. This section also provides details of how to apply for a licence for other re-use. Where we have identified any third party copyright material you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned.
We encourage hypertext links to any web page or RSS feed on this website. Any links established are at the publishers own risk - changes may be made to the website structure without notice. We cannot guarantee that any page will continue to be available.

Virus issues

Kirklees Council makes every effort to virus check the information made available for download on this site. Kirklees Council cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage which may occur from use of downloaded material, we recommend users re-check all downloaded materials with their own virus checking software.

Web browser support

If your web browser (the software you use to access the internet) is out of date, you should either update to the latest version or switch to a new browser.

Choose a browser and follow the instructions for installing it.

For any computer (Windows, Mac, Linux)

You can use:

For Macs

You can also use:

For Windows

You can also use Microsoft Edge .

For mobile devices

You can get help:

Further help

Cyber Aware offers help and advice about upgrading your browser.

System requirements

We require Windows users to have Windows XP service pack 3 or above


We aim to meet AA WCAG 2.1 accessibility standards on our website and throughout 3rd party systems that we use.

We have published an accessibility statement for this website.

If you are having any issues with accessibility please contact

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