Anston Parish Council, the end?

On another of Rotherham’s blogs, Anston Parish Council Watch, we find this interesting story about the ultimate future of APC:

End of the line for Anston Parish Council?

There is a report in the ‘Advertiser’ and ‘Worksop Guardian’ editions of Friday 27th March which mentions the 35 complaints to RMBC’s Monitoring Officer about the council and why APC could be scrapped.                                                                                                                                                                                              *ADDENDUM* A list of the complaints can be found at the bottom of the page.*

Unfortunately both newspaper reports are guilty of serious omissions; In the case of Cllr.Thornton reporter Laura Drysdale does not mention that Mr.Bill Brindley-the other person involved in the fracas with Cllr.Thornton-and husband of sham Independent Joyce Brindley was also bound over on TWO counts; Assault and Threatening behaviour. (Joyce wants everyone to keep schtum  about this because it ruins her act of false superiority) Secondly, Chairman John Ireland is quoted as saying “he is not aware of complaints relating to the parish council as a whole”.

2 thoughts on “Anston Parish Council, the end?

  1. If APC was a mangy old dog, it would have been put out of its misery years ago. No one will miss it when its gone – except the handful of bores and mediocrities that have nothing better to do with their time than inflict their worthless blatherings on the local taxpayers expense.


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