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Wickersley Parish Council serves the civil Parish of Wickersley, which has a population of around 8,000 people living in 3,200 residential properties. The Council has sixteen members, elected by residents, and represents the first tier of local government in Rotherham. 

Council meetings are held in the new Community Centre on Bawtry Road on the third Monday of each month at 7.00 p.m, apart from the month of August. There is also a meeting of Parishioners (the Annual Assembly of the Parish Meeting) held in May each year. Other Public Meetings are held to discuss particular matters as and when they arise.

Parishioners are encouraged to attend Council Meetings and are permitted limited discussion. Notices of meetings are placed on Parish Notice Boards at the Tanyard Toilets and near the Mason’s Arms.

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Bracken Pulling Saturday 11th June 2016 - Meet at Wickersley Woods - In Glade Open Area 10am