Sandiacre Parish Council


About Sandiacre

Sandiacre is recognised for its canal and industrial heritage, ease of access to major road networks, three Conservation Areas and the impressive 10th century St Giles’ Church.

The village has expanded over the years to create a large residential population of over 9,000, but one which still maintains a vibrant and friendly community at heart.

About the Parish Council

Safeguarding the future of Sandiacre for everyone is a priority for the Parish Council and Councillors welcome residents’ views. Residents are always very welcome to attend Parish Council meetings or speak directly with Councillors. Parish Councils are the first tier of local government working closest to their communities and consisting of local Councillors who volunteer their time. Sandiacre has 14 Members, which is the largest of the parishes in Erewash.

Meetings of the Parish Council

Council meetings are held on the first Tuesday in the month except during August and unless otherwise stated. In March, the Annual Parish Meeting is held and in May the Annual Parish Council Meeting takes place, at which the Chairman is elected (visit the Annual Parish Meeting page for more information). Meetings are held in the Memorial Institute on Doncaster Avenue. The dates of forthcoming meetings are shown on the Meetings page and displayed on the four community notice boards.

We hope that you find this website a useful and interesting resource. If you have any suggestions for additional information that we could include on the site, do please let us know.

View of the Village Sign and WW1 and WW2 Memorial Benches in Sandiacre
View of Springfield Mill alongside the Erewash Canal in Sandiacre
View of Padmore Moorings and the Erewash Canal
Swans alongside the Erewash Canal at Padmore Moorings
Sandiacre Library
Springfield Mill, Sandiacre
Sandiacre Old Chapel
Sandiacre Memorial Institute
Bridge over Erewash Canal, Sandiacre