A REVIEW of parks and recreation grounds is taking place in Mirfield.
Councillors and local residents are to visit 12 sites in the coming weeks to examine ideas for their development.
Much of the fact-finding will take place on Saturday, July 19, when the officials hope to talk to parents and families in the playgrounds.
Mirfield Town Council are behind the initiative, which follows concerns about the state of local parks.
An 18-month-old boy suffered a badly-cut knee when he fell in the recreation ground in Stocks Bank Road, Mirfield, landing on broken glass.
Clr Cath Jones said that many of the recreation areas in Mirfield were in an "abysmal state".
And Clr Martyn Bolt, the town's Deputy Mayor, said it was a big project which needed to be tackled.
Residents have been invited to get in touch with the council with their concerns and with ideas on how the parks and playgrounds can be improved.