Thurgoland is a semi-rural parish of around 2500 people in South Yorkshire on the A629 Sheffield – Huddersfield road. It consists of the villages of Thurgoland and Crane Moor and other small settlements. It was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 and in the 17th century was the centre of the local wire-drawing industry. Today it is a modern village with a strong community life. It is good centre for walking on a wide network of local paths and one branch of the Trans Pennine Trail long distance footpath and cycleway passes through the parish. 
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Recent Announcements

  • IMPORTANT CURRENT INFORMATION OLD MILL LANE, THURGOLAND   TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSUREClosure of Old Mill Lane, Thurgoland from junction of Cote Lane to No.22 Old Mill Lane, from 13th July 2020 for approximately 5 days.Reason: Installation of communication pipeAn alternative route is available via: Roper House Lane, Sheffield Road, Halifax Road, Cote LanePROMOTER: Morrisons Utility Services, 0345 1242424 Masterplan consultationsThis week, two community consultation exercises were launched to gather views on the draft Hoyland South and Royston Masterplan Frameworks.The consultations will give residents and businesses a chance to shape the future of the sites. Each consultation will run for six weeks, from Wednesday 3 June to Wednesday 15 July.You can find out more about the Hoyland South ...
    Posted 3 Jul 2020, 09:21 by Thurgoland Parish Council
  • THURGOLAND PARISH COUNCIL MEETING an Extraordinary Meeting of Thurgoland Parish Council, in line with the advice of HM Government regarding the Covid-19 (Corona Virus) pandemic, to be held remotely  on Thursday 26th March  2020 at 7.00 p.m. for the purpose of transacting the following business:-   Thurgoland Parish Council Standing Orders 2018 paragraph 6 sub-section (a)(please see agenda in Council : Meetings)All members of the public are welcome to attend and observe this meeting, and there is always an item on the agenda of each Parish Council to allow members of the public to ask questions on matters of concern.Agendas issued shortly before the meetings can be found under the "meetings" page of the website, along with the ...
    Posted 24 Mar 2020, 14:11 by Thurgoland Parish Council
  • Privacy Statement, Accounts, Various Advice Notices and information General Data Protection Regulations Privacy Statement  If you contact the Parish Council for any reason it may be necessary to record your personal contact information to deal with your enquiry. Your details will only be used in relation to your enquiry and the Parish Council will not pass your contact details to third parties without your consent. 
    Posted 27 Aug 2019, 12:26 by Thurgoland Parish Council
  • THURGOLAND SCARECROW COMPETITION 4th and 5th JULY Please see posters around and on noticeboards for the Scarecrow Competition-We're encouraging as many families as possible to join in our Hero Scarecrow Trail on 4 / 5 July. If you don't live in the village you're very welcome to bring your scarecrow and attach it to the playground railings by the bowling green - if this is successful it may become an annual event to coincide with Fun Days in the future! Free entry, big prizes, email rachel.drury@hotmail.co.uk to enter.
    Posted 15 Jun 2020, 04:23 by Thurgoland Parish Council
  • MAY 2020 NEW ARTICLES Thurgoland War Memorial - MAY 2020 A new article (below) and in the HISTORY section relating to the men of Thurgoland Parish who served and died in World War II 
    Posted 5 May 2020, 07:00 by Thurgoland Parish Council
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