NEXT ORDINARY PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
The next ordinary meeting of Blaxton Parish Council will be held online on the revised date of Thursday 10 December 2020.
If you wish to take part in the Public Participation session, just view the meeting or, ask questions please use the Zoom link on the Agenda.
The Agenda for the meeting will be available here at least three working days before the meeting.
Members of the public are only allowed to speak during the time allocated for Public Participation.
COVID-19 VIRUS SUPPORT
If you are self-isolating you can register with DMBC using the link below to provide your details and your support needs.
REQUEST FOR COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE RECEIVED FROM DMBC
Dear Community Members,
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we are seeking members of the community that have the capacity in any way to help with:
If you are keen to get involved and help out your community, please do not hesitate to contact us on the email below. The information we will require will be:
Please follow the Governments and NHS advice in regards to the pandemic and keeping safe, we are only asking those who are fit and healthy to get involved. This information will be passed onto your local Stronger Communities Team (DMBC).
Please could you email details to CommunitiesServiceSouth@doncaster.gov.uk.
Thank you and we appreciate your help and support during this time.
Stronger Communities Officer (Rossington)|Armed forces link officer|South Area Team|Holmescarr Centre|Grange Lane|Rossington|DN11 0LP
Doncaster Council is currently offering advice notices, at a cost, to post in open spaces throughout the Borough detailing the rules governing the use of drones in these areas.
Irrespective of whether notices are displayed, everyone should note that since July 2018, “You must not fly a Drone above 400 feet (120 metres) or within five kilometres (3 miles) of any airport or airport boundary” which means that drones should not be flown anywhere in Blaxton because of its proximity to the airport. If you do fly a drone you risk a fine or prosecution. If challenged, it is unlikely that compliance with all of the other rules governing drones would be a defence against a fine or prosecution. Please exercise care.
CAP (Community Alcohol Partnership) Launch
CAP is an initiative that was launched on 25th July with the aim of reducing underage drinking and drug use in our villages (Auckley, Branton, Blaxton, Cantley and Finningley) and associated anti-social behaviour. It is a multi-agency initiative involving SY Police, DMBC Youth Services and Officers, DMBC Ward Councillors, Parish Councils, local Stores, local youngsters and others who share the concerns.
In Finningley the problems occur mainly on the playing fields (teen shelter and children's play area) where some youngsters meet and behave inappropriately. They leave litter (not in the bins provided so they are liable to £150 fine), play loud music, and leave detritus that suggests they have access to alcohol and drugs.
The initiative has six aims:
The six-month programme is seen as "educational" rather than "enforcement" but it was made clear at the launch that enforcement is always an option.
Report an Incident Online to South Yorkshire Police
This link will take you to the non-urgent Online Reporting facility of the South Yorkshire Police website - https://www.reportingcrime.uk/
GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATIONS MAY 2018
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) became law on 25 May 2018.
You can find the Council's Data Protection Privacy Notice required by GDPR here.
The Parish Council hopes that you find this site interesting and informative.
If you have any information or photographs relating to Blaxton please contact us.
DMBC notifies the Council about Planning Applications relating to developments in Blaxton and, if appropriate, the surrounding area. Brief details are included on the Agenda for Parish Council meetings.
Full details of Applications can be found on the DMBC 'Public Access' Planning website by using this link. To view the details of an application you will need to enter the application number eg. 12/34567/FUL in the 'Application Reference' box. Application numbers can be found on Parish Council Agendas and Minutes. When you have found the application in which you are interested you will be able to view various details, make comments during the consultation period and view comments submitted by others.
You can also use the DMBC 'Public Access' Planning website to search for applications by Parish, address and various other ways as you will see if you click the link above.
Do these things bother you:- nuisance, street light problems, dog fouling, holes in the road or pavement and the like?
REPORT IT TO DMBC ON
Or report it online here
Contact DMBC on 01302 736000 during Office Hours
SY Police on 101 at other times
Download the 'My Doncaster' App from the iTunes or Google Play stores
Fancy meeting for a chat, or Zumba, Pilates or playing Indoor Bowls? Click here for details of these and other activities in Blaxton Village Hall.
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