Supporting our community

  • The monthly meeting of the WCC will take place 7pm on Wednesday 1 February in the Brearley Room at the AMP.

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Grant scheme - one week left to apply

Submissions for the grant scheme should be sent to the Clerk by 5pm on Monday 22 November.

Information about the grants can be found on the website - www.waverley-cc.gov.uk/community-grants1.html, as well as a Word version of the forms to make form filling easier.

Any questions, please do email clerk@waverley-cc.gov.uk

Posted: Mon, 15 Nov 2021 15:42 by Rachel Graham

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Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday

At 10:45am on Sunday 14 November, there will be an outdoor service at the Memorial Bench on Whirlow Chapel Road / Ashbourne Way. It will incorporate a 2-minute silence at 11:00am.This will be led by Rev Philip Barringer from the Rivers Team and the Chair of the Waverley Community Council, Cllr Baggaley will be laying the Wreath. Please do join us.

Posted: Wed, 10 Nov 2021 16:10 by Rachel Graham

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GP centre at Olive Lane

Harworth have provided more detail regarding the Olive Lane development. This includes the layout for the medical centre. The information can be found on their website.

Posted: Tue, 09 Nov 2021 13:03 by Rachel Graham

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Dig & chat

Dig & chat

The Waverley Community Councillors will be joining the Waverley Buds at the Community Gardens on Sunday 28 November 10am-1pm. Please do join us for a dig and, or a chat. All welcome!

Posted: Mon, 08 Nov 2021 14:42 by Rachel Graham

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WCC grant scheme round 2 - open

The Waverley Community Council grant scheme, round two is now open. All submissions should be submitted to the Clerk by 5pm on Monday 22 November. The applications will be reviewed at the December meeting.

Information about the grants can be found on the website - www.waverley-cc.gov.uk/community-grants1.html

Posted: Thu, 04 Nov 2021 12:28 by Rachel Graham

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WCC monthly meeting 3 November at 7pm

The next meeting of the Community Council is on Wednesday 3 November at 7pm at the AMP in the Brearley Room.

The agenda for the meeting can be found at: https://www.waverley-cc.gov.uk/uploads/wcc-agenda-nov-21.pdf

You are welcome to attend.

Posted: Thu, 28 Oct 2021 15:44 by Rachel Graham

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Path drainage works at the far end of the Lakes

Path drainage works at the far end of the Lakes

The Land Trust have informed the WCC today, that the drainage works between the small lake and the landfill are due to start on Monday 25 October. The works will be to create drainage ditches, as plan A - to install pipes is on hold due to the shortage of building materials. The pipes will now be installed at a later date, when supplies resume.

While the drainage ditches are being created there will... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 21 Oct 2021 12:21 by Rachel Graham

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Footpath at the end of Stephenson Way

In response to the query about closing Catcliffe footpath 8, RMBC have said "the closure is in place from Friday 8 October 2021, for a period of 6 months to facilitate the works to the proposed development of the erection of a 6 storey 150 bedroom hotel with associated access off Highfield Spring, parking and landscaping together with engineering operations to level the site and facilitate drainage... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 13 Oct 2021 12:08 by Rachel Graham

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Parking around Waverley Junior Academy

Rotherham Council have helpfully put out information about when to report a parking problem. There is a Traffic Regulation Order in effect around the Academy, which includes road markings. It means residents, including parents, can report the parking problems near the school.

The information and link to the form can be found on website page: - www.rotherham.gov.uk/parking/parking-problems/1

Posted: Mon, 11 Oct 2021 19:15 by Rachel Graham

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The school run

At last night's monthly meeting, the Waverley Community Councillors discussed the traffic issues arising around the Waverley Junior Academy. Several of the Councillors are parents with young children attending WJA also. They too are concerned about the movement of traffic, parents and the young students around the school, which residents live close to as well.

We have reached out to the Principal at... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 07 Oct 2021 15:00 by Rachel Graham

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