Cookies Policy

What cookies are and what information we gather

Cookies are data files that are sent to your web browser (for example, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome) from a website that you visit. They are stored on your computer’s hard drive. When you visit the website again, the cookie allows that particular website to recognise your browser. Cookies may store user preferences and other information.

We gather basic information like what web pages you have looked at, your browser settings and when you visited our website.

Control your cookies

  • Cookie settings
    If you don’t want to receive certain categories of cookies on the Kirklees Wellness website, you can use this tool to opt out of them.
    Full instructions about how to manage your cookies in all the main web browsers.

How we use cookies

When you visit the Kirklees Community Plus website, the web pages you see are downloaded to your web browsing device, along with a cookie. Cookies enable us to do useful things like find out whether you have visited our website before.

Information supplied by cookies can help us to analyse information about our visitors, which helps us to provide you with a better service, including content that better meets your needs.

Cookies in the Kirklees Community Plus website applications

We use cookies within our applications for the smooth running of our website, but we do not use the information collected to identity individuals. Most of the cookies that are created when you use our website are called ‘session cookies’. These are cookies which expire when you leave the website (they only exist during your visit, also called a ‘session’).

If you choose to disable cookies, you will still be able to use our website. However, you may have limited access to some of the pages and some services may be less easy for you to use.

No user information or tracking information is stored in these applications’ cookies.

Third party cookies

When visiting our website, you may also notice some cookies that are related to content from other websites. When you visit a page with content embedded from another site (for example, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or Vimeo) you may be presented with cookies from these other websites. Kirklees Council does not control these ‘third party’ cookies. You should check the other websites for more information about their cookies.

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What people say


She has listened to him and his needs. Made suggestions about services that he may benefit from and followed up by taking him to the ones that he has shown an interest in. His confidence has increased as a result of the co-ordinators input.
Introduction from Batley
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What people say


You are an angel, I thought everyone had forgotten me, but you are the only person I have talked to today. Thank you for making my day.
Introduction from Huddersfield
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What people say


Just wanted to say thank you.  Thomas has said, when CAMHS signed him off he felt like his security net was gone.  He said you have made him feel like it could be coming back.  He was listening to you and thinks that you seemed to understand better that other services have.  Again, thank you
Introduction from Rural
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