Doncaster Public Rights of Way Forum

Doncaster Council are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep for over 500 kilometres (300 miles) of public footpaths, bridleways and byways on 588 separate routes. DMBC manage the Definitive Map which is the legal record of public rights of way. It can be viewed free of charge in the Civic Office during normal office hours. … Read more…

Footpath top of St Oswalds Close to Church Gate

Today, Wednesday 22nd June, the Parish Council has laid chippings to improve the surface of the footpath top of St Oswalds Close to Church Gate.   Our thanks go to: Stephen Racjan of the DMBC East Area team for all his help Kelly Hope of DMBC for organising the transport Tarmac (particularly Dave McCormack, manager … Read more…

The Duck Pond

The floating island, installed in 2016, has been a great success and we’ve installed two more. The islands are designed to hold plants and provide a refuge for wildlife. Once the plants are established it should make a great habitat for wildlife. Take a look at the images of the pond island installation below     … Read more…

The Pavilion

The present pavilion was put in place circa 1972 and has over the years provided meeting, eating and changing facilities for field users. For the past few years it has not been considered as meeting modern standards. It does however, with the hard work of dedicated volunteers, still provide some facilities for field users.   … Read more…

Local History

Finningley is a civil parish and was part of the county of Nottinghamshire until 1974 when, as part of the reorganisation of county boundaries, it came into South Yorkshire and became part of Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster Council. The village is around 6 miles from the centre of Doncaster and at an elevation of seven meters above seal level. The main … Read more…

Minutes & Next Agenda

Local Government Act 1972 Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Finningley Parish Council will be held on Tuesday September 19th in the Village Hall, Finningley A Period of up to 15 minutes will be allowed for Public participation, prior to the commencement of formal business. Agenda for the next meeting To view the agenda for … Read more…

Newsletters

The Parish Council delivers a quarterly Newsletter to every home in the village. You can view current and past Newsletters here: September 2017 Newsletter June 2017 Newsletter December 2016 Newsletter June 2016 Newsletter

Your Parish Councillors

The Parish Councillors for Finningley are listed below together with their contact details and specific councillor responsibilities. To view the Councillor Declaration of Interests information please click here   Richard Johnson (Chairman) Ashlyne, Chapel Lane 771252 plugjohnson@aol.com Parish Council representative on Parish Councils Joint Consultative Committee Parish Council representative on Joint Playing Fields Association Parish … Read more…

Contact the Parish Council

If you have any feedback or comments use the contact form below. You can select who to contact the Chair of the Parish Council or the Clerk to the Parish Council Other useful contacts for local government are are shown at the bottom of this page. Contact Us Form Location of the Village Hall Your local elected representatives … Read more…

Local Information

Using the links below you can access useful information about organisations within and surrounding Finningley Village. Finningley Village Community Group is run by a small group of volunteers who help to put on a wide range of events and activities Finningley Village Hall The village hall can be hired, details on who to contact can be found on … Read more…