Finningley Village Hall – A Valuable Asset to the Community

Finningley Village Hall is a recently renovated Grade 2 listed building within the Finningley Conservation Area. It was originally a barn that was converted into a school in 1839 and eventually became the Village Hall in the 1966 when it became the home of Finningley Parish Council and managed by the Village Hall Management Committee. … Read more…

PPI Claims and Fraud Prevention Information

REGIONAL NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH NOTICE RECEIVED 9 OCTOBER 2017 FROM DMBC FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY – PPI CAMPAIGN Fraudsters are posing as officials from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and are cold calling people stating that they are eligible for a Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) claim. There may be an increase in these types of frauds following … Read more…

Affordable Homes Open Day – October 2017

The Council would like your input into whether local residents or their family are interested in affordable housing in Finningley. We have organised an “Open Day” on Wednesday 11th October 2017 in the new Pavilion from 3.30 pm to 7.30 pm when you can meet the Planners, Developers and Councillors, ask any questions, get more … 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…

Freedom of Information

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT NEW MODEL PUBLICATION SCHEME 2008 FINNINGLEY PARISH COUNCIL THE PUBLICATION SCHEME In line with section 20 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the Information Commissioner has now developed and approved a new model publication scheme which was adopted, without modification, by the parish council at its meeting on 18 November … 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…

Doncaster Council

Doncaster Council has its own website which has a huge resource of information for Doncaster’s residents. You can use their site to find things to do for you and your family, locate vital council services, or report any issues or problems directly to them. There is a lot of information for residents on what Mayor and the Cabinet do for … Read more…