Finningley Parish Council meets on the third Tuesday of each month commencing at 7pm in the Village Hall on Old Bawtry Road (next to The Harvey Arms)

Members of the public are welcome to attend these meetings and, prior to commencement of formal business, a period of up to 15 minutes are set aside for public participation. We will publish the next agenda three working days before the meeting.

We have a number useful resources throughout this site to help you. Please use the links above to find out more about the council, who your councillors are and the latest minutes & agenda.

Winter Weather and the Grit Bins

Finningley has a number of grit bins around the village. The grit is specifically for gritting pavements and is freely available to residents. The keys to these bins are held by Parish Councillors who can be contacted on the Your Councillors page of this website. Alternatively their contact details are on the quarterly Parish Newsletter.

The bins are located:

At the Village Hall
Corner of Lindley Road and Chapel Lane
Top of Elm Drive

South Yorkshire Police Alerts

SYP Alerts is a messaging system brought to you by South Yorkshire Police for our communities
By registering with SYP Alerts, you can choose to receive news and appeals, local crime information and/or prevention advice – direct to you by email, text or voice message.
Registering for alerts is completely free and once you have signed-up, you can chose how you want to receive the messages and what you want to receive messages about.

Airport Noise Impact Survey

The CAA has published a survey, aimed at members of the public who are annoyed by aviation noise. They would like people to say what issues they feel the CAA should prioritise when it comes to acting to reduce noise. If you’d like to take part in their survey, please click here to find out how you can contribute. CAA Airport Noise Survey

Finningley Village Hall

Finningley Village Hall is a recently renovated Grade 2 listed building within the Finningley Conservation Area.

The Village Hall has a very large multi-purpose main room, a well maintained and functional kitchen, a small meeting room, a large number of tables and chairs and very good toilet facilities (including disabled toilets).

There are car parking facilities available to the front of the Village Hall, and its central location makes it within walking distance of most parts of the village.

It is suitable for wedding receptions, music events, parties, and other special occasions.

To make enquiries about the availability of Finningley Village Hall please contact Elaine McNulty on Doncaster 771699.

Great North Energy

is brought to you by Doncaster Council, in partnership with Robin Hood Energy, a not-for-profit energy supplier who shares our ethos of wanting to help people to get the best energy deal for them. Find out if you can save by visiting their website here