PEOPLE can now pick up money-saving Kirklees passports at Huddersfield library.
Anyone who lives in Kirklees who receives certain benefits such as housing benefit or certain types of tax credit qualifies for the card.
Full-time students over 16, people with a disability and those registered unemployed are also eligible.
Kirklees Passport – which costs either £2 or £3 a card per year with half-price cards for children – gives savings on sport and leisure, car parking and environmental services.
These include 50% off swimming, up to 25% off other sporting activities, an extra hour’s car parking free, 50% off DVD, CD and video loans. The card also allows people to do some part-time adult education courses for free.
Kirklees Passports are also available at many district and village libraries and information centres.
They are also issued at Information Points in Civic Centre 1 in Huddersfield and Dewsbury Town Hall.
Some private businesses also offer discounts to Kirklees Passports holders and these include driving lessons and some high street shops.
For more information on who qualifies and how to apply for a Kirklees Passport phone 01484 234056 or go to www.kirklees.gov.uk/kirkleespassport