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The Parish Council will be holding its next monthly meeting on Tuesday 14 June 2022 at 7pm at the Parish Centre. Approximately one week before the meeting you you can access and read the relevant meeting documents by following our dedicated link.
The Parish Council is recruiting! If you are interested in joining the Council as a Parish Councillor please refer to our notice which provides the required eligibility criteria and contact details for the Parish clerk: CroftonParishCouncil-CouncillorVacancy You can also find out more details about what the role entails on our dedicated page.
Please note that due to the national lockdown effective from Tuesday 5 January 2021 the Parish Centre has closed and is not available for use: COVID-19 Notice 19.03.20
For all members of Crofton AFC please note the conditions for using the Sidings Facilities.
We are pleased to confirm that the library is now open again! Please see important updates regarding the library’s reopening here and refer here to the library’s opening hours which have returned to normal.
Please note the Parish Centre will remain closed until further notice for use by all and any other groups: COVID-19 Notice 19.03.20
Not been to the library before and unsure of what to expect? Take a virtual tour here
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Yorkshire Air Ambulance is looking for Community First Responders in the Crofton/Walton area. Working within a 3-5 mile radius these volunteers work alongside the ambulance service and can get to a patient’s side before the arrival of crew, being the first to administer life saving treatment. For more information you can read the following flyer: 0066 CFR A5 Flyer and newsletter: CFR General Newsletter
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Welcome to Crofton Parish Council’s website
Hello and a very warm welcome to the new and updated website provided and managed by Crofton Parish Council. The site is still under construction in some areas however we do not anticipate it to be long before it has full functionality as currently envisaged.
Although this website has been created primarily to publicise the council’s operations, it has been designed with the end-user (a current or prospective resident of the village) in mind, and therefore looks at bringing together a holistic view of community life and engagement, of which the council forms an important part, so that residents may engage with all aspects of community life as desired.
Please navigate using the page headers or search bar. You can make suggestions using our dedicated page, whilst general enquiries and matters to be included on the agenda for our monthly meetings can be sent to the Clerk using a range of communication methods.
Lastly, we would be grateful if you could please follow us on Facebook and Twitter and spread the word about this website! Please ensure you familarise yourself with our social media usage policy in connection with this.
Crofton Parish Council
As part of the council’s operations we have now received monies from WMDC to be spent on ‘green spaces’ around the village. This funding can be difficult to obtain, and therefore, as we make decisions on how to allocate it, we want to offer residents of Crofton the...
This post is intended to provide a highlight of the monthly meeting which took place in January. For an official record of the meeting, please see our minutes section here: Council Documents > Monthly meeting documents > Monthly meeting minutes where the...
This post is intended to provide a highlight of the monthly meeting which took place in December. For an official record of the meeting, please see our minutes section here: Council Documents > Monthly meeting documents > Monthly meeting minutes where the...
The annual Christmas Lights switch-on at the Millennium Stone, Hare Park View was attended by an estimated 2-300 people on 3rd December 2019. Crofton Silver Band initiated the event, which commenced at 6.30pm, playing a number of carols. Councillor Chalkley then led...