Cantley With Branton Parish Council

Welcome to our website

Your Parish councillors
Your Parish Councillors Email Address Telephone
Michelle Sidebottom (Chair) 534256
David Chorlton (Vice Chair) 531141
Yvonne Butterworth   539476
Marjorie Caygill 770922
Gillian Warrender 537713

Neville Williams

Jennifer Worthington 771244
Parish Clerk
Julia Staniforth 772493

Public Consultation
on Cantley with Branton Parish Council’s Proposals for New Outdoor Equipment at Kilham Lane Recreation Ground, Branton. Click here for more details.

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 by clicking here. Agenda


The period of the exercise of public rights to inspect the accounting records of the parish council is from 6 June to 15 July 2016.

Click here to view the Governance Statement, Click here to view the Accounting Statement 2015/16

Click here to view the External Auditor Certificate 2015/16, Click here to view the CWB Audit Report 2016

Anyone wishing to view the accounts should contact the Clerk.

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.


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


Christmas Carol Singing

This will take place on Wednesday 14 December 2016 at 6.30 p.m. at Kilham Hall, Kilham Lane, Branton DN3 3PF with musical accompaniment from a local organist and Branton St Wilfrid’s School Jubilate choir. Father Andrew will also be in attendance. Festive refreshments provided by the local WI and soft drinks for children will be available at a small charge. 

As in previous years arrangements have been made for festive lighting to be displayed on the Christmas tree on the corner of Glen Road and Doncaster Road.

Additional Activity and Fitness Equipment at Kilham Lane Recreation Ground

Following consultations with residents DMBC has agreed to the provision of  a range of new equipment primarily for older children and adults at Kilham Lane recreation ground. Finalisation of the lay-out of the equipment is taking place with DMBC and it is hoped to be able to publish final details early in 2017.    ..   

Provision of a Wreath and Donation to the Royal British Legion

The parish council has again purchased a poppy wreath for the local school use and made a donation to the Royal British Legion to mark remembrance day.

Parish Council Meetings and Information

Parish council meetings take place on the first Wednesday of each month (apart from August) at Kilham Hall Meeting Rooms commencing at 7.00 p.m.  Meetings are open to the public and residents are welcome to attend.  Information relating to parish council activities e.g. agendas, minutes, the latest newsletter and financial information is published on the parish council website Anyone seeking further information can contact the Clerk at

The parish council would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


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.


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