Last night, after months of planning and a week of of bringing everything together the Tankersley Beacon became one of the Queen’s Jubilee Beacons lit across the UK and Commonwealth. We would like to thank the Deputy Lieutenant of South Yorkshire for lighting the Tankersley Beacon.
The Queen’s Jubilee Beacons are the first nationwide opportunity for communities across the UK and Commonwealth to take part in the Jubilee celebrations. The lighting of the Beacons has been managed by the Platinum Jubilee Organising Committee and involved registering beacons that were participating in the event. Tankersley Parish Council registered for the event in […]
The first event to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee took place in Jubilee Park with the unveiling of the First Jubilee bench. The Bench had been designed by a pupil at St Peter’s School. The Deputy Lieutenant of South Yorkshire Proclaimed the bench.
Early this morning volunteers were out preparing the beacon ready for tonight.
Nominations for the election to fill the 5 Councillor vacancies closed at 4.00 pm on 25 May. Only two candidates had submitted their nomination papers at that time. Accordingly Richard Horsfall and Jane Laverack are elected as Parish Councillors.
The Budget for 2022-23 is now available. The budget shows the actual monies spent throughout 2021-22. Budget for 2022-23 based on 2021-22 Actuals
The 5 Councillor vacancies created by the resignations of Cllrs Greaves, Hopkinson, Horsfall, Laughton and Laverack will be filled by election. Nomination packs can be obtained from the Clerk and must be submitted in person by 4.00 pm 25 May to the Returning Officer at Barnsley Town Hall.
TPEG are holding their Annual General Meeting & General Meeting on Monday 6th June 2022 at 7.30pm The meetings will take place at Pilley Methodist Church, Pilley Lane. The meetings will be open to all interested parties, and details on how to participate can be found on the TPEG website. TPEG are looking for projects […]
Due to procedural flaws in 2019 the appointment of Cllrs Richard Horsfall and Jane Laverack have been held to be null and void. Cllrs Richard Horsfall and Jane Laverack have now resigned as councillors allowing the situation to be regularised and so creating two Parish Councillor vacancies.
There are two Parish Councillor vacancies. The Parish Council would like to thank former Cllrs Laughton and Hopkinson for their contributions to the Parish Council and are sorry to have lost them. Add Your Tooltip Text Here