Just one week to go for the local community to give their views on proposals for Government levelling up monies to be spent on a new Leisure Centre for Edlington as well as wider regeneration proposals for Edlington Lane shopping area and of the Royal estate. So please take the time to respond to the consultation and let your views be known ahead of the bid being submitted by Doncaster Council to the... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 21 Jun 2022 10:04 by Town Clerk
The Town Council have allocated a small budget this year to support local residents in Edlington who are unable to dispose of bulky/mixed waste items by taking it to a Waste & Recycling facility themselves and will be piloting for the next 3 months a scheme to arrange to collect bulky waste one a day per month during June, July and August with a maximum capacity to collect two full loads as a whole... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 16 Jun 2022 10:18 by Town Clerk
The Town Council have submitted it's draft annual return to the external auditor (PKF Littlejohn) - the annual governance statement and accounting statements for the year ending 31/3/22.
The public have the right to inspect the Council's financial records during the period 13/6/22 to 22/7/22 by contacting the Town Clerk.
Posted: Thu, 09 Jun 2022 12:07 by Town Clerk
At yesterday afternoon's annual Town Council meeting, Councillor Steve Reardon was elected as Town Mayor for the year ahead (2022/23). Steve is pictured being congratulated by the outgoing Mayor Joan Briggs, also been appointed as Deputy Mayor for the year ahead.Steve thanked his fellow Councillors in appointing him as Mayor and undertook to endeavour to try to secure/lobby for noticeable improvements... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 11 May 2022 11:05 by Town Clerk
This year marks the centenary since the first interment in 1922 in Edlington Cemetery. To mark the occasion, the Town Mayor, Joan Briggs planted an oak tree, also marked with a commemorative plaque. The oak tree also being formally registered as part of the Queen's Jubilee canopy scheme. The planting event was also attended by Town Councillors Rob Reid, Jan Devanney and Victoria Whittemore.
Posted: Thu, 05 May 2022 15:02 by Town Clerk
At an extraordinary meeting of the Town Council yesterday, Cllr Rob Reid was awarded the honorary title of Freeman of the Parish of Edlington. The Town Mayor, Joan Briggs presented Rob with a freedom scroll and the occasion was marked with the attendance of family and friends as well as DMBC Elected Mayor Ros Jones to mark this honour and memorable occasion.
Posted: Wed, 27 Apr 2022 11:17 by Town Clerk
On Thursday 21st April, 2022 Edlington Deputy Mayor Steve Reardon, Ward Councillor & Edlington Town Councillor Rob Reid along with Edlington Town Councillor Linda Smith conducted a walk round visit of all of the parks and green spaces across Edlington, this follows a number of complaints and issues raised about the poor condition and overall lack of pleasant parks in the area.
We visited all of... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 25 Apr 2022 12:37 by Town Clerk
Edlington Town Council are committed to improving the visual appearance of the village and are concerned at the increasing volume of eyesores that detract from this and are therefore planning to introduce a pilot scheme for the collection and disposal of bulky waste material found in and around Edlington, whether in residential streets or public open spaces, that require clearance and disposal at a... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 14 Apr 2022 11:03 by Town Clerk
The Town Council in conjunction with local School's and community organisations & groups are holding a community celebration event on Saturday 4th June at St Thomas Wharton Academy playing fields. The local community are encouraged to attend and participate, there will be music, entertainment, stalls and plans to reflect each of the 7 decades of the Queen's reign. Further information will be communicated... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 01 Apr 2022 09:35 by Town Clerk
There remains an existing vacancy for a Councillor to serve the local community on Edlington Town Council. The vacancy can be filled by a process called co-option. Any interested parishioner who would like to offer their time as a volunteer for public service may apply.
If you are interested in becoming a town councillor, please write to or e-mail the Town Council Clerk and include a few brief details... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 09 Mar 2022 15:41 by Town Clerk