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Edlington Town Mayor Statement re today’s ‘Levelling up Bid’ announcement
Today I am extremely disappointed to learn that Edlington has been unsuccessful in the 'levelling up bid' that Doncaster Council submitted to the Government for the improvements to our town and for a new Leisure Centre.
All of the Town Councillors and I am sure all of you, are very unhappy to hear this news today, we all had high hopes of getting the funding to work on the many planned improvements that Edlington desperately needs. More »
My thanks does go out to all parties, including your Town Councillors for the work and efforts they made in placing, in what we thought was a good and worthwhile bid for this funding that we know is greatly needed
I want to ensure you that your Town Council are now making every effort to work with DMBC and Nick Fletcher, our local MP on what we now do to ensure that some of the major improvements we need for our village, like the Swimming Baths are discussed and moved forward by exploring other potential funding streams and opportunities that might be available or present themselves
Councillor Steve Reardon
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Posted: Thu, 19 Jan 2023 11:54 by Town Clerk
Carol's in the Park - Christmas carol concert
The Town Council's Christmas "Carol's in the Park" concert takes place next Monday 12th at 6.30pm in the Miner's Memorial Garden on Edlington Lane next to the Yorkshire Main Community Centre. There will be performances from our local Primary Schools, St Mary's RC, Victoria & Hill Top Academies as well as from the Edling-tones community choir. In addition, there will be a couple of generic carol's for all to join in and sing.The event will commence promptly at 6.30pm and last for around 40 minutes. Members of the local community are welcome to attend, so come along and join in the festive spirit.
Posted: Wed, 07 Dec 2022 11:35 by Town Clerk
Remembrance Sunday commemorations 13/11/22
This years' Remembrance Sunday commemorations will include the usual parade starting from the Helping Hands Community Centre leaving at 10.10am, supported by the Sheffield Pipe Band and involving local Cadet groups. The Act of Remembrance service will be led by Fr Richard Hume at the Cenotaph garden commencing at 10.55am where we once again pay tribute to the Fallen. Deputy Lieutenant, Major Adrian Hunt will be in attendance representing His Majesty the King and will start the laying of wreath's followed by the Town Mayor and other groups/individuals.Post event refreshments for the Cadet's will be available at the Helping Hands community centre and in addition a programme of activities will be taking place in the Ex-Servicemen's Club after the event. All Members of the community are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Posted: Wed, 02 Nov 2022 12:14 by Town Clerk