PEOPLE in the Colne, Holme and Dearne valleys will be able to quiz family doctors and managers at their annual meeting.
South Huddersfield Primary Care Trust is also staging a showcase of health developments, achievements and plans at Lockwood Park on Tuesday, September 28.
The event will feature a wide range of information, interactive displays and presentations, including:
* Pals, the new Patient and Advice Liaison Service.
* Tips on how accidents to children can be prevented.
* An update on new premises in the trust's area.
* Handwashing, the single most important measure people can take to protect themselves from infections.
* How a healthy lifestyle can help to prevent osteoporosis.
There will also be opportunities for visitors to talk to staff and ask questions about services provided by the trust.
Margaret Dale, the trust's acting chairman, said: "We welcome and warmly invite members of the public to come along and find out how the primary care trust is spending money and improving health services in the South Huddersfield area.
"We will also be holding our annual meeting, when the trust's board will receive the annual report.
"It summarises the trust's performance, together with the annual accounts for the last financial year," added Ms Dale.
The event will begin at 6.30pm, when people will have the chance to view health developments until 7.15pm.
The annual meeting will be held from 7.15pm to 7.30pm.
Presentations, discussions and questions will last from 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm.
Refreshments will be available from 6.30pm.