COLNE Valley residents are to have their say on the future of the River Colne.
The River Colne Project - run by the Colne Valley Trust - is holding its fifth river forum tonight.
River Colne Project officer Mick Smith will lead the forum at Slaithwaite Civic Hall in New Street.
The meeting starts at 7.30pm.
The aim of the meeting is to tell people how the river area is being improved and to ask for their suggestions on how to develop it further.
The River Colne Project has been running for several years, paid for by the National Lottery's Heritage Fund and Kirklees Council's Environment Unit.
So far, community groups, landowners and local businesses have joined project staff in improving the riverside between Marsden and Milnsbridge.
Mr Smith will give more details about the progress of the project at the meeting.
He said: "I'm sure some people don't know exactly what the project does, so hopefully I will clarify a few things in my brief talk.
"Maybe people will become interested and want to become part of the project."
As well as Mr Smith, a representative from the West Yorkshire Archaeological Services will give a presentation on the River Colne Project's efforts to survey and record historic iron field gates in the Colne Valley.