News

9th August 2017

The office at the Parish Hall will be closed for one day on Wednesday 16th August 2017 due to staff training and holidays. Please leave a message on 01773 812012 or email clerk@selstonparishcouncil.co.uk which will be responded to on Thursday (…) Continue reading

9th August 2017

To view the notice please click here

10th July 2017

There is a vacancy on Selston Parish Council in the ward of Underwood. Please click here to see the Notice 

29th June 2017

Letter Of Consultation For Site Location and Site Impact Plots click here

22nd June 2017

To view the Notice of date of commencement of period for the exercise of public rights for accounts for the year ended 31 March 2017 which includes the Annual Return click here.

11th May 2017

Notice is hereby given that the Annual Parish Meeting for Selston Parish will be held at The Parish Hall, Mansfield rd, Selston, NG16 6EE on Wednesday 17th May 2017 at 6.30pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

4th May 2017

In accordance with the legal requirements, Ashfield District Council is undertaking a consultation on the JUS-T Neighbourhood Plan (Submission Version)  from 28th April to 12th June 2017.  The District Council is inviting representations on the proposed Neighbourhood Plan and supporting (…) Continue reading

10th February 2017

There are 6 vacancies on Selston Parish Council. 3 in the ward of Selston and 3 in the ward of Underwood. Any person wishing to fill a vacancy should apply to the Clerk in writing, stating why they would like (…) Continue reading

18th January 2017

There are 6 vacancies on Selston Parish Council. 3 in the ward of Selston caused by the resignation of Cllr Gail Turner, Cllr Andrew Hankin and Cllr Mike Biggs and 3 in the ward of Underwood caused by the resignation (…) Continue reading

9th December 2016

Selston Parish Council will be holding a meeting with Police Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping on Tuesday 10th January 2017 7.30pm at Selston Parish Hall, Mansfield rd, Selston NG16 6EE. Paddy Tipping has been invited to discuss policing in the Rurals. (…) Continue reading