A GROUP which helps people with learning difficulties to speak up for themselves needs new volunteers.
Huddersfield People First has been running for 20 years, but is finding it difficult to attract new members.
Rhona Neville, an adviser to the group, said anyone who joined would get a lot out of it.
She said: "People with the label of learning difficulties face a very real challenge in terms of getting their voices heard.
"It is a daily battle to be treated with the same respect and dignity others take for granted.
"Our group is about self-advocacy. It is not just about being in a group, but about learning from each other, being able to make their own decisions and taking control of their own lives."
The group meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6.30pm at Gateway To Care, 2 Market Street in Huddersfield town centre. You can just turn up or ring vice-chairman Jeremy Hoy on 01484 860127.