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

  • Picture of a graveyard
  • 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

Annual Audit and Accountability Return

The Town Council's annual governance declaration and audited accounts for the year ending 31/3/21, have now been audited by PFK Littlejohn our appointed external auditor.

The statutory notice of the completion of the audit is set out below.

Town Clerk

15th September 2021

Posted: Wed, 15 Sep 2021 13:07 by Town Clerk

Town Councillor vacancy - Applications now being sought

The Town Council have a continuing vacancy for a Town Councillor and are now inviting expressions of interest/applications from any interested local parishioners. further details are enclosed including eligibility criteria. For for information please contact the Town Clerk

clerk@edlingtontowncouncil.gov.uk

01709 770552

Posted: Thu, 09 Sep 2021 14:07 by Town Clerk

Miners Annual Memorial Commemoration

This years annual Miners's memorial commemoration will take place at 11am on Wednesday 22nd September in the Miners garden adjacent to the Yorkshire Main community centre, on Edlington Lane. This will be a small scale commemoration lasting around 15-20 minutes and the Town Mayor & Town Councillors will lead in reading out the names and paying tribute to the 110 Miners that lost their lives at Yorkshire Main Colliery, saying a prayer followed by the laying of a wreath, by an ex-Miner. An invitation has been extended to the local Schools to attend and in addition members of the local community are most welcome. More »

Town Clerk

8th September 2021 » Less

Posted: Wed, 08 Sep 2021 10:55 by Town Clerk