Tibshelf Parish Council do not meet in August
the next meeting will take place on
Click on the date to view the agenda which will be available in the week previous to the meeting
The Statement of Accounts for Tibshelf Parish Council for the year ended 31st March 2016 can be viewed by clicking here
The Notice of Date of Commencement of Period for the Exercise of Public Rights can be viewed here
Rights of Inspection , objection and questioning of the Auditor may be exercised between 6th June and 15th July 2016
TIBSHELF VILLAGE HALL
We Need Your Support
Tibshelf Parish Council are undertaking a major community consultation on proposals to extend Tibshelf Village Hall.
To meet needs we want to improve the facilities by constructing a new extension to provide a second hall and meeting space.
In recognition of the loss of a valued facility in the village, we are also looking at the feasibility of providing gym facilities , either as part of the extension or in a seperate building.
We can only acheive this with your help, comments and ideas.
A questionnaire has been distributed with the Parish Newsletter and we strongly encourage you to fill this in to support the evidence of need. We need your feedback to support applications to funders and investors. If you haven't seen our newsletter yet you can access a copy of Tibshelf News here and you can also download the Questionnaire here.
"The History of Women in Tibshelf"
A message from Parish Councillor Kathryn Salt
I am compiling a document on the History of Women from Tibshelf.
Women ranging from those who have been dedicated to the Church, WI, Mothers union to politicians and those completing good and charitable causes.
If you have any information and photographs, please can you kindly contact me.
Autumn Stars, 21 Chesterfield Road, Tibshelf.
Thank you Kathryn
WELCOME TO TIBSHELF PARISH COUNCIL'S WEBSITE
Tibshelf, and the surrounding areas, have had a colourful and varied past and have been important for mining, quarrying, medicinal springs and horticulture.
In 1550 several shallow mines, one of which was owned by Bess of Hardwick, were opened in the area, starting a trend, which was to see coal mining overtake agriculture as the main industry. By the 19th century, two deep mines were in operation and a main line rail network developed to support the transport of both passengers and coal . Tibshelf’s claim to fame was also based on the fact that Britain’s first inland oil well was sunk on the outskirts of the village.
In recent years the village economy has changed radically with the closure of the local collieries and the railway. Today the village provides good educational and leisure facilities, and a pleasant rural home for 3400 people within a short distance of the Peak District National Park, Sherwood Forest and The Dukeries. Because of the close proximity of the M1 motorway, and the links to the west provided by the A38, Tibshelf is ideally situated for commuting to Derby, Nottingham, Sheffield or even further a field.
Further information about Tibshelf can be found on the Tibshelf Past and Present section of this website. Our thanks to Tibshelf Local History and Civic Society who continually maintain and update this page on our website.
If you are a bit unsure about who to contact if you have a problem about public services, hopefully our Who Does What page may be able to help
Thinking about organising a celebratory party or want to know what activities take place in the Village Hall? - then go to the Tibshelf Village Hall page where you should be able to find all the information.
We are currently working with Local Groups to provide information or links to their websites on our Local Groups page. If you are part of a group who would be interested in being included on this page then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
On our Facilities page you will find information about the variety of resources provided by the parish council within the Parish
Our Newspage gives links to the Newsletters we produce throughout the year as well as information on forthcoming events
For information on policies, procedures and documents which shape the way in which the Parish Council manage their afairs go to our Council Documents page.
And finally - on our Contacts page you can access contact information for the Parish Office, Parish Councillors, District and County Councillors and the Member of Parliament.
110 HIGH STREET
OPEN 8:30 - 3:45
MONDAY TO FRIDAY
OFFICE CLOSURES 2016
The office will be closed on the following days:
Monday 29th August (Bank Holiday)
Friday 19th August
Thursday 25th August
Friday 26th August
Monday 5th September
Tuesday 6th September
VILLAGE HALL COMMITTEE
Annual Parish Council Meeting
17/05/16 - Tuesday 17th May 2016
21/6/16 - Tuesday 21st June 2016
19/7/16 - Tuesday 19th July 2016
20/9/16 - Tuesday 20th September 2016
18/10/16 - Tuesday 18th October 2016
15/11/16 - Tuesday 15th Novemer 2016
20/12/16 - Tuesday 20th December 2016
17/1/17 - Tuesday 17th January 2017
21/2/17 - Tuesday 21st February 2017
21/3/17 - Tuesday 21st March 2017
18/4/17 - Tuesday 18th April 2017
Annual Parish Council Meeting
16/5/17 - Tuesday 16th May 2017