The pages of our site provide an overview of the Branches and their activities. Our Association was formed in 1919 to improve the pensions of retired officers in post World War One Britain. Its terms of reference are: To safeguard the rights of members and to promote measures for their welfare, with particular regard to pensions.
Unity in retirement ensures welfare provision, representation, social interaction and a means of communication.
This website shows the co-operation between the four branches who have all contributed to the cost of setting up the site. It is hoped that it will keep members across South Yorkshire better informed and able to get in contact with one another. The site belongs to all NARPO members in South Yorkshire and as such any contributions for inclusion will be gratefully received. Go to the "contacts" page to get in touch.
For the first time members of each branches will be able to get in touch with their own branch secretary direct by email - just follow the links.
If you are not already a member of NARPO and would like to join, please fill in an application form which can be accessed from the link below. Once completed send it to Stephen Tait, Corporate Finance Pensions Department, South Yorkshire Police Headquarters, Carbrook House, Carbrook, Sheffield S9 2DB. Subscriptions can be deducted straight from your pension. You do not need to send us any money.
The National NARPO site has links to other branch websites, as well as loads of information such as 2nd careers and pensions
We have close links with Niagara Club and Club 39, and the SYP Sports & Social club.
Within NARPO South Yorkshire we have
Each local branch, ie Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley organise local activities, contact details are on the local branch pages.