Barnby Dun with Kirk Sandall PC Website

Barnby Dun with Kirk Sandall website. Please take a look around the Parish Council website for Barnby Dun and Kirk Sandall , this has information on the area and availability details for the hire of the Parish Council halls. Also news and updates will be added to the site.

Barnby Dun with Kirk Sandall is a civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, England. The areas have many amenities, great shops and pubs. According to the last UK Census the area has a population of 8,524, the parish covers Barnby Dun and Kirk Sandall, both parts of the Doncaster urban area.



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Drop in sessions are on:

Saturday 5th October 15.30-16.30 – Parish Hall, Barnby Dun

Wed 23rd October 10-11am – Assembly Hall (Meeting Room), Kirk Sandall

Saturday 23rd Nov 15.30-16.30 - Parish Hall, Barnby Dun

Wed 18th December 14.00-15.00 - Assembly Hall (Meeting Room), Kirk Sandall


Team members will be available to speak to individuals about issues that maybe affecting you, such as antisocial behaviour or nuisance motorbikes.



Kirk Sandall

SANDAL Parva is no longer on the map although it has now grown into sprawling industrial and residential estate with more to be built by the old church. That is because over the many years the name as well as the building and landscape has changed to Kirk Sandall (Church on the Sand) with very little left of their former aristocratic lineage

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Barnby Dun

In Barnby (Dun) Asulfr had 9 Bovates of land taxable. ½ plough possible there. Now Malger has (it) from William. He (has) ½ plough and 4 villagers and a small holder with 1 plough. There is a priest and a Church. From doomsday records no mention of parishioners but an educated estimate of 80 people lived in this settlement of 500 acres split into 3 Holdings or Manors.

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The Clerk to Barnby Dun with Kirk Sandall Parish Council

Jill Samuels (Clerk)

Assembly Hall Office

Dentons Green Lane

Kirk Sandall




Telephone: 01302 882570


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