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If you’re interested in identifying the amenities our community needs and working with Parish Council to try and obtain them then register your interest in joining the Amenities Working Group.

To register your interest in joining the Amenities Working Group contact the Clerk on:-

The first meeting will be taking place on Tuesday 17th August at 7.00pm in the Senior Citizens Room of the Welfare Hall.

Amenities Working Group

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Over the last 3 months Tankersley Parish Councillors have been piloting Councillor Clinics. The last one, as part of the pilot will take place on 17th August at 6.00pm in the Senior Citizens Room of the Welfare Hall

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The next Ordinary Parish Meeting will be held on Monday 19 July at 7pm in the Senior Citizens Room of the Welfare Hall. If you wish to attend please contact the Clerk. If you wish to ask a question please send your question to the Clerk before noon on 19 July.
The Agenda for the meeting is below and also in the Agenda section of the Website

TPC Agenda 19 July 2021

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Over the next few months we are running a number of drop in clinics to listen to your feedback, hear your questions and note any concerns.

The next two sessions will be held from 6.00pm on

13th July, and

17th August

The meetings will be face to face in the Senior Citizens Room at the Welfare Hall.

Due to Covid restrictions you will need to register your interest to attend with Catherine the Parish Clerk contact

Catherine will create a loose timetable to ensure we stick to Covid guidelines and can meet safely.

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The Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) 2020 -2021 has been authorised by Tankersley Parish Council at the Ordinary Parish Meeting of 21st June 2021.
The documents have now been submitted to PKF Littlejohn, the auditors appointed by Tankersley Parish Council.
From 24th June – 6th August members of the public may examine the documents. Details about the timeframe and the conditions are set down below along with the AGAR documents that have been submitted to the auditor.
TPC Confirmation-of-Public-Dates

TPC Completed AGAR 2020-2021 for submission

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The Parish Council has received notification that part of Tankersley Lane will be closed for approximately 9 months from 12th May.

Tankersley Lane will be closed from Green Lane to New Road as part of the installation of new road layout and diversion of services.

An alternative route is available via: New Road/Westwood New Road/A61 Westwood New Road/ Sheffield Road/ Tankersley Lane.

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The next meeting of Tankersley Parish Council will be held on Monday 21st June 2021 at 7pm. Residents of Tankersley and Pilley are welcome to attend the meeting although members of the public do not have the right to speak at the meeting unless the Chair allows this to happen. In accordance with Government guidelines this meeting will be held face-to-face at Tankersley Welfare Hall at 7pm.

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The Parish Council are undertaking replacement of the benches around the Tankersley and Pilley area. This will be completed in order of popularity/use.

As residents of Tankersley and Pilley we would like you, the community, to vote as to which benches are priority. Please do so by emailing clerk@tankersleypc.org with the location of the bench you are voting for replacement.

In total we have 25 benches, replacement of each bench costs the Parish Council in excess of £1,000. For the time being we are aiming to replace the top 6, as voted by yourselves.

In addition, if anyone residing within the parish wishes to support this project by part-sponsoring a bench (minimum sponsorship is £100) please email the clerk at clerk@tankersleypc.org. With sponsorship you will be able to attach a plaque to your sponsored bench.

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