Councillor Terry Adair (Chairman)
I moved into Treeton in 1985 although no stranger to the village.
My working life was at Fence workshops as an electrician & NUM official until its closure. I then moved to the Cooperative Insurance section. Qualifying as a financial adviser. I was also elected as a Union official. In 2009 due to run down of the industry, took early retirement.
I took this opportunity by being involved and working for the community. I have been an active Parish Councillor for the last 5 years. I have also been elected as Company Secretary to Rotherfed Charity.
Councillor John Swift (Vice-Chairman)
Born in Catcliffe I have lived in Treeton since 1964, with my wife and two daughters.
I worked at Treeton Colliery until leaving in 1982.
My main interests are the countryside and environment and my love of walking. Unfortunately, this is being spoilt by 'off road' motorcycles and we must try to curtail this so that people can go out and enjoy the countryside with pleasure.
I am also Chairman of the Board at Aston Academy.
I have been a Parish Councillor since 5 June 1979.
Councillor Les Pickford
Born in Brinsworth in 1953, I continued to live here after marrying in 1973 before moving to Treeton in 2004. I have three daughters and six grandchildren. I worked at the Brinswoth Strip Mill for 33 years before being made redundant, at which point I set up my own painting and decorating business which I ran until retirement at 65. I now spend time walking with my dog Miller. I have been on the Parish Council since 16th December 2019. I am keen to make further improvements to the quality of life in the village.
Councillor Shaun MacKie
I moved to Treeton in 2009 when I met my partner who was already living in the village.
Initially working within retail for a wholesalers, in 2013 I began my journey at Cooper and Turners where i work within the quality department.
I became a Parish Councillor on 24th February 2020.
Councillor Gary Cooper
I have been a resident of Treeton for a number of years having relocated from Aston. I had served on the Parish Council there for approx. 10 years so an opportunity to serve on Treeton Parish Council had great appeal.
I retired from my job as an IT Business Analyst working in the public sector and decided to use my skills by becoming involved with a variety of voluntary organisations, for example I have been a Primary School Governor for many years, I am also a Governor representing Rotherham on the Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humberside Mental Health Trust. I also represent the Parish Council on the Treeton Memorial Community Centre and Playing Field Trust.
I enjoy supporting local football and cricket teams and, take an interest in my community and local events.
Councillor Alan Goy
Born and bred in Treeton I was employed at Fence workshops until their closure in 1995.
I then worked at RotherFed until retirement in October 2014.
I have been a Parish Councillor since 24 May 1983.
My interests include listening to all types of music on high quality sound systems, photography (digital & 35mm), classic motorcycle racing, spending time with my granddaughters, driving and politics.
Councillor Dennis Whysall
Born in Aughton I have lived in Treeton since 1957. All my working life from 1951 was spent at Treeton Colliery where I was a face worker at the age of 18. Aged 34 I became NUM Treasurer at Treeton, then 8 years later became the NUM Secretary until redundancy in 1986 prior to the closure of the colliery.
I have been a Parish Councillor since 15 October 1974.
I have been a member of the Treeton Miners Welfare Management Committee since 1968 and Chairman since 1992. I have been an NUM Trustee of the Playing Fields Committee since 1974 and I am also a Member of the C of E Education Trust Fund.
Councillor Eve Levin
I have lived in Treeton all my life. I am currently studying my A Levels at Aston Academy. The A Level's that I am studying are Business, Politics and Sociology.
I take great interest in the community that I live in and hope to make a difference within it. My interests include Music and Politics.
I became a Parish Councillor on 27th January 2020.