SIX hundred people have signed a protest after a bus service was axed.
Bosses at First Bus scrapped the 308 bus - serving Primrose Hill, Newsome, Blagden Farm and Taylor Hill - in a shake-up last month.
But the changes angered passengers, who said they had been left in difficulties.
A public meeting about the protest is being held at Primrose Hill Baptist Church next Monday, starting at 7pm.
Organiser Jean Goodison said: "First Bus have so far not responded to our persistent calls for a meeting.
"They have two choices; either meet a delegation of residents or face an angry protest outside their headquarters."
Mrs Goodison, who is standing for election to Kirklees Council next month, said a lot of people were very angry.
She said pensioners, the disabled, mothers with young children and shift workers had all been badly hit by "this undemocratic and unilateral decision".
First Bus axed the bus on Sunday, April 26, and also altered the 306 service to avoid Primrose Hill.
A diverted 312 now serves Primrose Hill once an hour.
First says the buses were re-routed to pick up more passengers.