Cantley & Branton Parish Council

Parish council meetings

We meet every first Wednesday of the month (except August) in Kilham Hall at 6pm. The first thirty minutes of the meeting is set aside for public participation. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

 

Next Parish Council Meeting

The next meeting of the Parish Council will be the on Wednesday 6th July 2022 at 6pm at Kilham Hall Meeting Rooms, Kilham Hall, Kilham Lane, Branton, Doncaster, DN3 3PF.   The Agenda is  available here.  May's Minutes can be found in the Minutes Section of the page and June's Draft Minutes are available here prior to approval at the July meeting.  It 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

Police Drop In Sessions

The next Police Drop In Session's will be held on Wednesday 13th July 2022 and Wednesday 17th August 2022 between 10am and 11am.   The venue for the sessions has changed and they will now be held at Beths of Branton Tea Room, Hagan's Nurseries (Branton Garden Centre), Doncaster Road, Branton.  If you have any non urgent issues you wish to raise with South Yorkshire Police please pop along and raise your concerns.

Annual Parish Meeting

The Annual Parish Meeting (which is different to the Annual Parish Council meeting below - please see guidance notes) took place on Wednesday 4th May 2022 at 6pm. The Minutes of the previous Annual Parish Meeting, held on 7th April 2021, were approved and are attached.  

Boundary Commission - Review of Consituency Boundaries

The Boundary Commission for England is holding an independent review of all constituency boundaries in England, and invites you to have your say on its proposals. Go to bcereviews.org.uk to view the proposed new constituencies for your area and share your views before the secondary consultation closes on 4 April. You can also speak at a public hearing in your region - find your nearest hearing and book your attendance at bit.ly/ bcepublichearings. The 2023 Boundary Review will rebalance the number of electors in each constituency, and the number of constituencies in England will increase to 543. Follow @BCEReviews to keep updated.

Kilham Hall Car Park Update

It has been agreed that the car park will remain open for park users, however as Kilham Hall is open again, 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.  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 6pm to allow for the gates to be locked.

 

In line with government guidelines and DMBC's decison to reopen playgrounds the children's playground and items of equipment at Kilham Hall Park are now open. Please adhere to the guidance contained within the notices in order to protect the health and welfare of all users of the park.

 

Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) - Photographs of Example

 

Minutes & Reports

Read our meetings minutes and reports to keep up to date with what`s happening within the Cantley and Branton Parish Council.

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Newsletters

Keep up to date with the latest news in the Cantley and Branton Parish, download and read our quarterly Parish Council newsletter.

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In the parish

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 >

Kilham Hall Community Centre

Kilham Hall Community Centre on Kilham Lane in Branton opened in November 2009 and was recently refurbished in 2015 to provide a bigger hall..

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Contact Us

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

Bev Walton

Telephone: 07761 525584