Cantley With Branton Parish Council

Welcome to our website

Your Parish councillors
Your Parish Councillors Email Address Telephone
Michelle Sidebottom (Chair) michelle@arrowpublications.co.uk 534256
David Chorlton (Vice Chair) daveandkate@sky.com 531141
Yvonne Butterworth   539476
Marjorie Caygill marj.caygill@doncaster.gov.uk 770922
Gillian Warrender 537713

Neville Williams

n.williams@yorkshirewildlifepark.com

535057
Jennifer Worthington 771244
Parish Clerk
Julia Staniforth cwbpc@outlook.com 772493

Parish Council Meetings

The parish council meets every first Wednesday of the month (except for August) at Kilham Hall, Kilham Lane Branton Doncaster, at 7.00 p.m. The first thirty minutes of the meeting is set aside for public participation. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

 Agendas and Minutes

 The agenda for the next meeting and draft minutes from the previous meeting are posted on the parish notice boards. The latest agenda can be found below.

Agenda

Annual Agenda

 

Further Information

Details of council policies, including the 'Freedom of Information Act' - 'Model Publication Scheme' and the latest complaints proceedure, can be accessed under the 'Policies' folder. If you require any further information please contact the Clerk on the link below.

CONSULTATION ON PROPOSALS FOR THE PROVISION OF OUTDOOR PLAY
EQUIPMENT

The parish council is liaising with DMBC Ward Councillors and Officers regarding funding available for improvements relating to open space in the parish.
Click here to give us your views

 

MARCH 2016 NEWSLETTER

Annual Parish Council Meeting

Councillor Michelle Sidebottom and Councillor David Chorlton were unanimously elected as Chair and Vice-Chair respectively at the annual parish council meeting on 4 May 2016. The details of all the council members can be found on the parish council website www.cantleywithbrantonparish.co.uk or on the parish council notice boards.

Views on Proposed Expenditure Plans

 Following the request in the previous newsletter for ideas on what the parish council  should put forward to Ward Councillors for the spending of funding derived from new developments in Branton the following suggestions have been put forward:

  • Planting of trees and improvements to the appearance of the village
  • Play equipment on the open space at Poppyfields
  • A range of outdoor equipment for all ages at Kilham Lane recreation ground.

Your views would be greatly appreciated and if you could return the enclosed pro-forma either to the Costcutter store or forward to the Clerk at cwbpc@outlook.com.  

If it is case that residents wish to see the area improved with play equipment then further consultation would follow to identify the type of equipment residents prefer.

‘Meet the Mayor’ Visit – Thursday 11 August 2016

Arrangements have been made for Ros Jones Doncaster’s Elected Mayor to visit

Kilham Hallr Meeting rooms on the afternoon of Thursday 11 August 2016. This provides an opportunity to raise any issues or ideas at a one to one meeting with the Mayor.

To book an appointment please contact Charlotte Turner on 01302 736405 or email meetthemayor@doncaster.gov.uk

Dog Fouling on Pavements in Branton

 The parish council continues to receive complaints from residents regarding dog fouling on pavements around the village most recently on St Vincent’s Avenue. All dog owners are urges to clean up if their dog fouls the pavements and footpaths and deposit the waste in the appropriate litter bins sited around the village. A request has been made for DMBC’s Enforcement Team to visit the area.

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For more information on the new community centre please click on Kilham Hall

A grant of £7,734 has been received form the Big Lottery Fund to support the furnishing and equipping of the new community hall.

St. Wilfirds Church
The Old Mill

If you would like to send us your comments on the website or have material which can be added to the website, please contact the Parish Clerk who will pass your comments on to the Parish Council.

 

Webmaster: Kevin Cadman

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