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…

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…

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…