Next Parish Council Meeting: Tuesday 17th April 2001 at 7.15 p.m. in the Village Hall.
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There are two District Councillors. District Councillors are elected once every four years. The next elections are in May 2003.
The Parish Council has eleven members. Parish Councillors are elected once every four years. The next election is in May 2003.
The Clerk to the Parish Council.
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The Parish Council is responsible for a limited number of Local Government functions. The Committes and their functions are as follows.
The administartion of the cemetery including its maintenance, fees etc. The cemetery is located about half a mile to the south west of the village on Doe Hill Lane.
Sports Ground Liason Committe
The administration of the Parish Sports Ground, the charging of letting fees, and general maintenance. The Parish Sports Ground is on Newton Road at the southern end of the village and has two football pitches and a cricket pitch with a modern pavillion. Tibshelf Tigers Football Club, The Crown Hotel Football Club and Tibshelf Cricket Club are the pricinpal sports clubs in the Village. Tibshelf Old Boys Football Club plays at the Tibshelf School playing fields at the "Top End"
Playground Liaison Committee
The administration and maintenance of the play areas. The Parish Council is responsible for three play areas in Tibshelf; Lincoln Street, Derwent Drive and the Parish Sports ground. A fourth play area on, Staffa Drive, is the responsibility of the District of Bolsover. There are advanced plans to provide play areas for the teenagers in the Parish as well as upgrading the existing facilities.
The overseeing of the Parish Council finances
Village Hall Management Committee
To oversee the general running of the Village Hall which is run as a charity. The Committee comprises seven Parish Councillors plus four users groups representatives. Plans are well advanced for substantial extensions to, and modernisation of the Village Hall which was built in the 1960s by the Old Peoples' Club.
Parallel Parish Council
An informal group of three Parish Councillors and eleven pupils from Tibshelf School set up to investigate the needs of the young people in the parish and to identify other problems. The members of the Parallel Parish Council are as follows;
Jemma Vardy (Lady Chairman)
Membership of the Parallel Parish Council is open to all young people who are resident in Tibshelf Parish and are over 11 years old, but who have not yet reached their 18th birthday. Membership is by popular vote amongst the young people of the parish, or by default .
Derbyshire County Council.www.derbyshire.gov.uk
Tibshelf School. http://www.tibshelf.derbyshire.sch.uk/
SPORT IN TIBSHELF
Tibshelf Cricket Club. Lindsay Tideswell, Chairman. Lindsay@arrancourt.freeserve.co.uk