Welcome to the Warsop Parish Council website providing information about Parish Council activities, meetings and the latest news around Warsop.
Warsop Town Hall
The Town Hall houses a number of services if it wasn’t for the Parish Council purchasing the building these services would be lost.
The Clerk to the Parish Council, has an office which is open every day Mon-Thurs 9am-3pm, Fri 9am-12pm.
Reception and sign posting service available every day, hours as above.
Infotech - every day various hours, adult courses both I.T. and non-I.T this is run totally by volunteers and supported by the Parish Council.
Big Warsop - every Monday 9am-3pm.
Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB) - every Tuesday 9am-1pm (part funded by Parish Council).
Mansfield District Housing Surgery - Wednesday 9.30am-12noon (The Parish Council fought to keep this service when the offices closed in Warsop).
Warsop Police Team - as and when. Yellow phone outside. (The Parish Council fought to keep a Police presence in Warsop when the Police Station closed)
Alan Meale MP - Every Friday 10am-12pm his secretary holds a drop in service and Alan holds a surgery 10am-12pm every 3rd Saturday.
The Parish Council now employs two extra staff, Gemma Blagg, assistant to the Clerk and Lisa Hall who runs reception. You can contact Gemma or Lisa on 01623 845 858.
Notice of Meeting
THE NEXT FULL COUNCIL MEETING Will be held upstairs in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, Market Warsop on MONDAY 24TH APRIL, 2017 At 6.30pm
The press and public are cordially invited to attend.
The Clerk is available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 9am – 3pm.
Tel: 01623 846 011
Warsop Parish Council DRAFT Neighbourhood Plan
The Parish Council draft neighbourhood plan is now available. Please click below to download the document.
The Draft Carrs Management Plan and Consultation Document
The Draft Carrs Local Nature Reserve Ecology Report and Five Year Management Plan has been released by EMEC Ecology for Mansfield District Council. It provides the details of an extended Phase-1 habitat survey and a five-year Management Plan for The Carrs Local Nature Reserve.