Parish Council Vacancy
Due to the resignation of a long standing member of the Parish Council, we now have a Councillor vacancy. Anybody interested in the role are invited to express an interest, in writing, to the Clerk, by 12noon on Friday 15th March 2024. The advert for the vacancy can be found here and will also be published on the Parish Council Notice Boards and Facebook page. Co-option eligibility criteria is attached here for anybody who is unsure if they would be illegible for the role. If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact the Clerk at email@example.com.
Next Parish Council Meeting
The next meeting of the Parish Council will be the on Wednesday 6th March 2024 at 6pm at Kilham Hall Meeting Rooms, Kilham Hall, Kilham Lane, Branton, Doncaster, DN3 3PF. The Agenda will be available here approximately one week before the meeting. February's Draft Minutes are available here, prior to approval at the March meeting. The Agenda for the March meeting will also be published on the notice boards and Facebook page. A schedule of dates for future Parish Council meeting dates and times can be found here. Please peruse the guidance notes relating to public participation.
Annual Parish Meeting
The Annual Parish Meeting was held on Wednesday 3rd May 2023 at 6pm at Kilham Hall Meeting Rooms, Kilham Hall, Kilham Lane, Doncaster, DN3 3PF. The minutes of the meeting were finalised and approved at the 7th June 2023 Parish Council meeting and can be found under the Minutes section of the website along with the Chairman's Report. The 2024 Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Wednesday 1st May 2024 at 6pm at Kilham Hall Meeting Rooms. Please see guidance notes relating to the difference between the Annual Parish Meeting and Annual Meeting of the Parish Council for information.
Police Drop In Sessions
A number of Drop In sessions have been booked between August 2023 and July 2024. The sessions alternate between daytime sessions (held at the Cafe within Branton Garden Cenre, Doncaster Road, Branton) and evening sessions (held at Kilham Hall Meeting Rooms, Kilham Hall, Branton). Daytime sessions run between 10am and 11am and evening sessions between 6.15pm and 7.15pm. A full list of dates can be found here or on the Parish Council Notice Boards.
Volunteering Roles within the Community
Do you want to help your community but are unsure how to? Cantley with Branton Parish Council are looking for volunteers for a few areas of their work and would like your help. Please see the attached poster for further details.
Slow Ways Highways
Slow Ways Highways are creating a network of walking routes that connect all of Britain’s towns, cities and national parks. Boosting walking and wheeling is a great resource to help with health and wellbeing, connecting people and communities, active travel, accessing nature, happiness and joy. To find out more visit the Slow Ways website.
Community Conversation Points
Community Conversation Points are based at convenient locations throughout Doncaster. At the hubs the Team will support you to make plans that promote your wellbeing and to help you remain independent for as long as possible. Join one of the Community Conversation Points for a face to face chat about community, finances, physical and mental health, help at home and carers. Details of the local Points can be found here.
Kilham Hall Car Park Update
It has been agreed that the car park will remain open for park users, however when the hall is in use it will be for the hirers use (and their guests) only. The car park will open from 9am until 6pm each day, 7 days per week April to October and 9am to 4pm, 7 days per week November to March. This situation will be reviewed at each parish council meeting.
We ask that you please take care when manoeuvring around the car park and drive at a maximum speed of 5mph. Users are asked to vacate the car park by the relevant closing time to allow for the gates to be locked.
Read our meetings minutes and reports to keep up to date with what`s happening within the Cantley and Branton Parish Council.Minutes >
Keep up to date with the latest news in the Cantley and Branton Parish, download and read our quarterly Parish Council newsletter.Newsletters >
Useful information about Cantley Poor's Land Trust and the Cantley with Branton Parish, including a nostalgic look back to days gone by.In the parish >
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Telephone: 07761 525584