The association gives a voice to the residents of Ardsley to have an influence on developments and projects within our village.
GET YOUR VOICE HEARD!
Why not join us on Facebook: Ardsley Residents Association
Monday 11th February 2019
@ 7pm at the Oaks WMC
What Does the Association Do?
Ardsley Residents Association is an independent group of residents and tenants that work with the Council & other bodies to ensure that the resident’s views are considered when planning decisions are made. Ardsley Residents Association is one of 17 Tenant And Resident Associations (TARA’s) across the borough of Barnsley.
Funding is available from a variety of sources to assist in the realisation of projects identified by the group. Without the association, such funding would not be allocated to our village.
Browse our website to see the projects that have been achieved and those that are currently being progressed. We are always looking for new ideas even if you do not have the time to commit and pursue them yourself – so why not come and join in.
Ardsley Residents Association is a Registered Charity
Where are We?
Ardsley is an urban village situated to the East of Barnsley town centre on the A635 in South Yorkshire and forms part of the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley. The village is in the Stairfoot ward of Barnsley Metropolitan Council and has around 3,600 residents.
The village has an Anglican Church (Christ Church Ardsley), and a Primary School (Oakhill Primary Academy). There are also a variety of local small businesses.