WALKERS are invited to step out with the Kirklees Countryside Volunteers on a series of walks.
On Sunday, they will tackle a new 10-mile route around Meltham, taking in fields, woods, moorland and waterside paths.
Anyone going on this medium-difficulty walk should meet Margaret at 10.15am in the car park behind the Carlile Institute on Huddersfield Road.
On September 11, a five-mile walk will be held around the footpaths and bridleways of Hopton Woods, near Mirfield.
A countryside ranger will lead the walk and talk about the work of rangers and rights of way.
Meet Darren for this medium- difficulty walk at 10.15am outside Mirfield railway station.
On September 12, the volunteers will take a break from walking and get their hands dirty with some conservation work at Sunny Bank Pond in Mirfield.
Helpers should meet at Mirfield Library car park at 9.30am and bring gloves, waterproofs and food and drink for the day. The event is not suitable for children or dogs.
On September 18, the walking restarts at Clayton West.
An 11-mile, medium-difficulty walk will start at 10am from the Adare Halcyon car park at Park Mill. Led by Oliver, walkers will go via High Hoyland, Cawthorne and Cannon Hall.
On September 25, there will be a seven-mile hard walk around Pole Moor. Led by Margaret, it will start at 10.25am from Pole Moor bus terminus on New Hey Road. The walk will be rough and wet underfoot and will take in reservoir paths and a nature reserve.