HEALTH officials want the public to help them look at services across Kirklees.
A series of discussion workshops open to the public will be held on the day of the next Kirklees Council meeting - Wednesday, September 15 - at Huddersfield Town Hall.
The aim is to get rid of some of the inequalities in providing services.
The workshops will start at 1pm.
Top officials and experts from local health trusts and agencies will be invited to discuss the issues with councillors at the workshops.
Clr Mark Hemingway, chairman of the council's business committee which has organised them, said: "Holding workshops on important local issues is going to be a regular feature of council meetings in the coming months."
He said it was important that the public and councillors not in the Kirklees Cabinet could come along and discuss matters.
On the same day, councillors will also look at Government plans for local government, how they could affect this area and how the council and local people can influence the plans.
Clr Hemingway added: "It is likely there will be two or three workshops, on health issues and one on the future of local government.
"Health workshops will look at things such as what council services can do to address health inequalities, what councillors can do in their own patch, who they would work with and what information they would need to tackle the issue."