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Coronavirus outbreak – closure of parish council buildings
In response to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak the Goldsmith Centre, Anchorage Pavilion and Newlands Pavilion will be closed from 9am on Monday 23rd March until further notice.
If you wish to contact Sprotbrough & Cusworth Parish Council the best way to do this is via email at email@example.com or on 01302 788093/ 0793321474 (please leave a message if no one is available).
As you can appreciate this situation is changing daily and is unprecedented therefore your cooperation in this regard is greatly appreciated. Further updates will be posted on the parish council’s website and Facebook page as they arise. Further information guidance relating to the virus please refer to the government’s website; https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response
Scawsby Community Centre will also close during this time. Details here
All about Sprotbrough & Cusworth Parish Council
The work of the parish council is funded by an annual precept paid by each home in the parish. The precept for the 2020/21 financial year is £186,507
The money is collected on our behalf by Doncaster MBC as part of the yearly Council Tax levy.
Some 12,500 people live in the parish.
The parish council owns assets worth over £1.4 million and these have to be maintained throughout the year, including:
The Goldsmith Centre
Joint ownership of Scawsby Community Centre with Brodsworth Parish Council
Four playing fields, with two offering facilities to local teams – Anchorage Lane, Goldsmith Centre, New Lane and Newlands Park
Three children’s play areas with safety surfaces – Anchorage Lane, Goldsmith Centre and New Lane
Four basketball nets on hard surfaces – Anchorage Lane, Goldsmith Centre, New Lane and Newlands Park
Skateboard/BMX park – Anchorage Lane
Two pavilions/changing rooms – The Norman Dent Sports Pavilion at Anchorage Lane and Newlands Park
A storage facility built on to the Goldsmith Centre