PEOPLE from different walks of life gathered in a village to protest against a proposed housing scheme.
Schoolchildren, tennis players, dog walkers, cemetery visitors and park users came together to oppose the building of seven homes opposite Rastrick Tennis Club on Carr Green Lane.
Calderdale Council sold the land in July to Royalle Estates, who have submitted a plan to build five houses and two flats there.
A decision is expected this month.
The protesters fear the development would bring even more traffic into the already congested cul-de-sac.
Carr Green Community Action Group chairman Christine Beal said: "The road is simply inadequate to cope with existing users, let alone more. The safety of local people, particularly children attending Carr Green School, would be compromised."
As well as people going to and from the school, the lane is also used by visitors to Rastrick Cemetery, Carr Green Nursing Home, the tennis club and the Haven Nursing Home, among others.
Every vehicle entering Carr Green Lane must do a three-point turn by the cemetery gates to get out.
Mrs Beal added: "It is often chaotic.
"I've seen many near-misses involving schoolchildren."
She says the land would be better used as a turning circle for vehicles.