Rolleston-on-Dove Parish Council

Parish Council

Chairman: James Toon
Vice-Chairman: Stephen Sanderson

Any comments or views regarding Council matters may be addressed to:

Mrs Jane Bucknall
Clerk of the Parish Council
32, The Lawns, Rolleston-on-Dove DE13 9DB
Tel. (office hours) 810625 Mobile 07455678378 Email:
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Councillor Address Telephone Email

Register of Interests

Shaun Adams 95 Knowles Hill 07876 717818

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James Barnfield Long Branch, Anslow Lane 07854 759050

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Angie Evans 51 Knowles Hill 810097

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Barry Gooding 3 Brookside 812116

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Mike Robson 45 The Lawns 480599/07929 833893

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Stephen Sanderson 210 Station Road 815480

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Kay Simnett 18 Meadow View 813372

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Beryl Toon 2, Home Farm Caravan Park, Marston Lane 813535

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James Toon 2, Home Farm Caravan Park, Marston Lane 813535

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Catherine Warren 14, Glebe Close 815026

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Jason Wyatt 30, The Lawns 07971 026578 R o I


Code of Conduct for Councillors

A copy of the code of conduct which has been adopted by the Parish Council in September 2012 can be read here (pdf document)

Annual Return For The Year Ended 31 March 2012

Notice of Conclusion of Audit & Right to Inspect the Annual Return can be read here (pdf document)

Parish Council Meeting

The Parish Council normally meets on the 2nd Monday of each month, 7.15/7.30pm in the Old Grammar School rooms, adjacent to St Marys Church, Church Road. All meetings are in public and notice of meetings is put in the village notice board outside Starbuck's Newsagents.

Parish Council Meeting
Monday 9 March 2015, Old Grammar School rooms, adjacent to St Mary's Church, Church Road, commencing at 7.30pm.


  1. Public Question Time & Presentation of Petitions
  2. Apologies For Absence
        Cllr Adams, Cllr Robson, Cllr Wyatt
  3. To Receive Declarations of Interest
  4. Minutes of Meeting Held on 9th February 2015
  5. Report of County Councillor
  6. Report of Borough Councillor
  7. Matters Arising From Minutes of Previous Meeting
  8. 2015 Parish Council Elections
    Councillors to state their intention to resign/wish to stand for re-election
  9. Clerk’s Report Dated 2nd March:-
    Item 1, Planning Applications
    Item 2, Planning Decisions
    Item 3, Dog bags
    Item 4, Brook Hollows
    Item 6, Sustainability Appraisal
    Item 7, Annual Village clean-up Day
    Item 8, Footpaths Leaflet
    Item 9, Rolleston Cemetery
    Item 10, Rollestonian of the Year 2015 voting
    Item 11, Craythorne Carpark
    Item 12, Accounts for Payment
    Item 13, Correspondence Received
    Item 14, Items for the next agenda
    Item 15,16 and 17 Due to the confidential nature of the business to be transacted the Chairman will move that the Public and Press are excluded from the meeting.

The Clerks Report dated 2nd March and minutes of the Parish Council meeting held on 9th February are available to download from the village website, here.

NB. The latest agenda is normally uploaded a few days prior to the meeting (and can also be found on the village notice board).

Annual Parish Meeting
Monday 16 March, Old Grammar School rooms, adjacent to St Mary's Church, Church Road, commencing at 7.30pm.


  1. Apologies For Absence
  2. Minutes of Annual Parish Meeting Held On 28th April 2014
  3. Matters Arising From Minutes of Previous Meeting
  4. Chairmans Welcome & Review of Parish Activities
  5. Presentation of Rollestonian of The Year Award
  6. Report of Borough Councillor
  7. Report of County Councillor
  8. Report of RODSEC
  9. Report of Civic Trust
  10. Report of Rev Whitehead, St Marys Church
  11. Report of Neighbourhood Watch
  12. Any Other Business

Parish Council Minutes and Reports

Minutes of Parish Council meetings and associated reports can be downloaded from here.

Village Notice Board Announcement

In order for the notice board to be used to it's maximum potential, the Parish Council would like to request that the following guidelines are followed:- 

Notices are printed on either A5 or A4 (portrait format), and that notices are kept current and up to date. If it is anticipated that a notice will be displayed for more than a few weeks (e.g. annual programme), notices should be laminated in order to help prevent fading. 

One third (right hand side) of the village notice board is reserved for Parish Council notices only and the other two thirds for general village use. 

If your organisation does not have the facilities to reduce/laminate your notices, or you are unable to access the notice board, please contact the Clerk who will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements on your behalf. 

In addition to the main notice board near Starbucks there is an additional notice board on the jitty by the Westbury Homes Development.

Parish Council Welcome Pack

An information pack produced for residents on the Westbury Home Estate is now available to all newcomers. New residents are invited to contact the parish clerk to receive a pack.


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Last updated: 5 March 2015