© Edenthorpe Parish Council 2014
The Parish Council would like to extend a warm welcome to all visitors to its new website.
Edenthorpe is a parish in South Yorkshire within the area covered by Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council. It straddles the A18 and is situated strategically close to the M18. Despite forming part of one of the county’s major towns it contains much agricultural land, woodland and open space.
It is a friendly and thriving community with a range of local shops, five public houses, a social club, parish church, post office, a community library and access to two major supermarkets. The population at the 2011 Census stood at 4,776, a slight increase on the 2001 figure.
The Parish Council meets on a monthly basis. The dates and venues for 2014 are given
below. The 9 Members of the Council are committed to providing and improving the
facilities available to the residents of Edenthorpe. These include the very busy
Community Centre in Cedric Road, the recently-
This website forms an integral part of our communications strategy through which we hope to provide information about our services, supplementing the longstanding periodic newsletter delivered to all households in the parish.
PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS 2014
6th January 2014 Community Centre
3rd February 2014 “ “
3rd March 2014 “ “
7th April 2014 “ “
12th May 2014 “ “
16th June 2014 “ “
21st July 2014 “ “
1st September 2014 “ “
6th October 2014 “ “
3rd November 2014 “ “
1st December 2014 “ “
Entering Edenthorpe from the south along Thorne Road
A winter view of Long Plantation
Edenthorpe Christmas Lights
Early 19th century milepost on Thorne Road (the only listed structure in Edenthorpe other than the Manor House)