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Council Accounts 2019-20 - Period of Public Inspection
The council's accounts will be available for public inspection for 6 weeks from Monday 20th July 2020. The accounts are still subject to satisfactory external audit and details of the inspection period are here. Anyone wishing to inspect the accounts should contact the Clerk. The accounts, along with the report of the internal auditor, can be found on the Finance page.
Please note that the council will hold its first meeting since March on Wednesday 15th July 2020 at 7pm. This meeting will be held remotely via Zoom. Any member of the public wishing to 'attend' this meeting should email the Clerk for access details. An agenda can be found on the meetings page.
The data protection laws change on 25th May 2018 and this affects the way organisations obtain, process, store, protect, retain and dispose of personal information. The council's Privacy Notice can be found under the 'Documents' tab above, and policies relating to data protection will also appear here in due course. Anyone with questions relating to their personal data that may be held by the council should contact the Clerk via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
MEETING DATES 2020
The meeting dates for 2020 for Wadworth Parish Council can be found via this link: meeting dates 2020
Wadworth is a village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, England. It has a population of 1,229. Notable buildings in the village include Wadworth Hall.
(Information from Wikipedia)
The origins of the present church, dedicated to St John the Baptist, is of a late Norman structure from the twelfth century. The church stands on a high point in the village and is visible from miles around by virtue of its tall west tower which dates from the fifteenth century.
By the fifteenth century a branch of the Fitzwilliam family of Sprotbrough had settled in Wadworth, as witnessed by two fine tombs of that period still to be found in the church. This branch moved its seat to nearby Aldwark on inheriting the estate through marriage. Both Aldwark and Wadworth passed by similar means to the Folambe family whose name is still closely associated with the village today.
(Information from Doncaster and District Family History Society)