Todwick Parish Council
Todwick has its own Parish Council which meets on a monthly basis.
Meets on a monthly basis to discuss items of concern and development for Todwick and its links with other local government bodies. The meetings are normally held on the last Tuesday of each month except August in the Village Hall commencing at 7.00 pm.
An Open Session is held at 8.00 pm when any member of the public may speak and raise any matter of concern. The Council meeting itself is open to the public but only Councillors may speak.
Any Councillor may of course be approached about any problems or matters which the residents may have.
All correspondence should be addressed to the Clerk to the Council:
Mr Rod Walker, Clerk to the Todwick Parish Council, Highview, Orchard Gardens, South Anston, Sheffield S25 5FL. Tel: 01909 566639.
Map of Civil Parish [300 KB]
The Informer is published four times a year by Todwick Parish Council from 10 High Street, South Anston, Sheffield.
See the Information available from Todwick Parish Council under the model publication scheme.
There is information about the Todwick Recreation Ground Charity Trust including Committee Members and Minutes.
The 2011 Todwick Parish Plan is currently being formulated.
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
Alexander Stafford MP, Rother Valley
On 12 December 2019, the Rother Valley electorate chose Alexander Stafford as Member of Parliament for this area.
Alexander Stafford has close ties with Rother Valley – he has family from Dinnington and has a strong steel and coal heritage through both his mother and father-in-law. He is passionate about Rother Valley, its communities, and its rich heritage. Alexander has always been a strong and vocal campaigner for leaving the EU and voted in Parliament to exit the EU with Boris's deal. Alexander is a passionate believer in the community, fostered from refugee grandparents who had escaped the horrors of the Soviet Union.
Alexander is passionate about the NHS, where his brother and mother-in-law both work in, as well as supporting education and further education throughout the area.
Alexander also believes there are huge opportunities to level up communities throughout Rother Valley, and that there are chances to make effective investments in local transport links and community assets.
Alexander is committed advocate of environmental causes, and opposes both the resumption of exploratory fracking in Harthill and Woodsetts as well as opposing the route of HS2 phase 2b which threatens 4.1 hectares of ancient woodland at Norwood in Rother Valley. Alexander previously worked in the energy industry, focusing on sustainability and the future of mobility, before moving on to work for the WWF on international environmental issues. Alexander is currently working with others from Parliament, academia and business to promote a national hydrogen strategy – helping to support this key green growth industry.
He lives with his wife Natalie and they had their first child – a daughter, Persephone – in April 2020.
Address: House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA
Phone: 0207 219 6376