The Calderdale and Kirklees joint health scrutiny committee has organised two drop-in sessions to discuss the proposals to change the way healthcare provision is delivered in our area.
They are an extension of the consultation which finished last Friday.
The scrutiny committee has organised sessions on Thursday, July 7, from 4pm-7pm at Huddersfield Town Hall and on Tuesday, July 12, at the same time at Halifax Town Hall.
Coun Liz Smaje, who co-chairs the committee, said: “We always have representation from the public at our meetings and have received some interesting and helpful comments.
“However, we know that some people have not been able to get to our formal meetings or perhaps are a bit nervous about talking in a public setting.
“So the drop-in sessions are an opportunity to have a quiet one-to-one discussion about the proposed changes to the hospitals with one of the councillors who sits on the Joint Committee.”