Edlington Town Council

Serving the people of Edlington

Winding Wheel - Yorkshire Main Colliery

Clerk: Mr S Oldham
The Grainger Centre and
Council Offices, Stubbins
Hill, Edlington, Doncaster
DN12 1JN

Tel: 01709 770552

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  • This picture shows half of a winding wheel fixed in the ground

    Winding Wheel - Yorkshire Main Colliery

  • Picture of a church on a nice sunny day

    St Peters Church, Old Edlington

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Latest News

Petition - seeking reduced speed limit 30mph & crossing outside entrance to Pit Wood on Broomhouse Lane

The Town Council are urging the local community to sign our petition to lobby Doncaster Council Highways for a reduced speed limit to 30mph outside the entrance to the Pit Wood on Broomhouse Lane, Edlington and for installation of a pedestrian crossing

See further details and to sign our petition on the link at Change.org

Posted: Wed, 13 Jan 2021 11:43 by Town Clerk

Breedon's public consultation - proposed quarrying extension

Breedon's the quarry operator at Holme Hall Quarry have notified the Town Council of their plans to submit a planning application early in the new year seeking a 10 year extension for quarrying of an area to the North of their existing quarrying site/permissions.

They have launched a community consultation exercise and are seeking the views of the local community on their proposals. They have also launched a website https://www.holmehallquarry.co.uk/public-consultation/ More »

where a lot more information is available under the "public consultation" tab. The local community are urged to look at the proposals and provide their comments to Breedon's.

Town Clerk 18/12/20 » Less

Posted: Fri, 18 Dec 2020 15:03 by Town Clerk

Temporary closure of Community Woodland from 30/11/20

Important Notice to Woodland UsersThe woodland area will be closed for an anticipated 14 days from 30th November while construction works take place. This is to ensure the health and safety of the public and construction workers.Following our generous grant from FCC Communities Foundation, this work will transform the area into a forest school and meeting place with 16 Limestone Picnic Benches, a Forest School Limestone Amphitheatre and 3 carved stone monoliths designed by Hilltop Academy, St Mary's Catholic School and Victoria Academy.Thank you for your understanding and co-operation while the work gets underway.

Posted: Fri, 27 Nov 2020 09:33 by Town Clerk