MEMBERS of the public are to get their say on the future of a sports centre.
A public meeting will be held at 6pm on Sunday at the Muhammad Ali Sports and Community Centre, Crosland Moor, to discuss plans for a £1m redevelopment.
The African Caribbean Sports Development Trust, which owns the Gilbert Grove centre, wants to knock it down and replace it with a bigger and better facility.
The centre used to be the home of the David Brown Sports and Social Club.
Violet Gay, the trust's chairwoman, said: "This is a centre for the community and we need it get involved, to tell us what services and activities they want.
"All are welcome to attend. We want the community to be involved as much as possible, every step of the way."
The trust has applied to Kirklees Council for planning permission for the new building.
The centre now has a small meeting room, bar and several sports pitches.
The new building would have a large community room and bar area - which could be hired out for community events - and changing facilities, which would encourage use of the outdoor pitches.
Most of the cost of the new centre is expected to be met by a grant from the Active England funding organisation.