Rolleston-on-Dove Parish Council

Parish Council (July 2018)

Chairman: Jason Wyatt
Vice-Chairman: Steve McManus

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) 07400 280 561 Email: rollestonpc@outlook.com.
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Councillor Address Telephone Email

Register of Interests

Barry Gooding 3 Brookside 812116 barali01@btinternet.com R o I
Ellen McManus Hilltop, South Hill   themumsta@hotmail.co.uk R o I
Stephen McManus Hilltop, South Hill   artsm@btinternet.com R o I
Mike Robson 45 The Lawns 480599/07929 833893 mikerobsonmobile@yahoo.co.uk R o I
Stephen Sanderson 210 Station Road 815480 s.sanderson210@btinternet.com R o I
Clare Stewart The Green, South Hill 813142 csstewart62@gmail.com R o I
Beryl Toon 2, Home Farm Caravan Park, Marston Lane 813535 beryl.toon@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk R o I
James Toon 2, Home Farm Caravan Park, Marston Lane 813535 jamesgrahamtoon007@btinternet.com R o I
Jason Wyatt 30, The Lawns 07971 026578 wyatt.jason@yahoo.co.uk R o I

 


Rolleston on Dove Neighbourhood Development Plan

The latest developments (as of July 2018) including minutes of the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group meetings can be found in the Neighbourhood Development Plan section of the village website here.


Rolleston on Dove Parish Council Policies and Codes


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 Minutes and Reports

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


Rolleston-on-Dove Parish Council Annual Inspection/Returns


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 the newsagents there is an additional notice board on the jitty by Meadow View.


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Last updated: 28 July 2018