Wentworth Valley SNT Site

Area Description

Wentworth Valley covers an area in the east of the Borough covering 12.5 square miles. The following areas are covered by the SNT: Maltby, Hellaby, Flanderwell, Bramley, Wickersley and Sunnyside. The population of 36,344 is concentrated in two urban areas. West of the M18 motorway are the parishes of Wickersley and Bramley which form a single suburban area around the A631 Bawtry Road.

Find out what your local policing priorities are here.

Affected location: Flanderwell estate area, including local shops
Affected location: Churchill Avenue, and adjoining streets, Maltby, (area known as Little London)
Affected location: Sheppey Estate, Littlewood way, Thickett Drive, Malwood Way, Maltby.

News

Can you help police find Tyler Henry, who might have vital information about two robberies in Armthorpe, Doncaster, this weekend? The first robbery happened in William Hill Bookmaker
A man has died following a road collision in Doncaster yesterday (Sunday 20 April).  The 23-year-old pedestrian was walking in Trafford Way, near to the junction with West Street, at around 3.45pm when he was involved in a collisi
A woman pedestrian killed in a collision in Barnsley on Friday (18 April) has been named by police as Leonie Louise Davies.
Meet the team

Learn more about who is in your SNT and what their responsibilities are here.

Meet the team

A meeting for members of the public to attend and consult on priority areas for Police and Partne

Date: Tue 10 June 2014
Location: Bramley Parish Hall

Detectives are continuing to investigate the death of a woman from the Rotherham area.

Officers were called to a house in Gladstone Road, Maltby, early yesterday, Monday, 9 December, where the body of the 58-year-old woman was found.

A 60-year-old local man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released on bail this morning pending further enquiries.

A post mortem conducted yesterday afternoon was inconclusive and further tests will be undertaken to determine the cause of the woman's death.