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    Do you want to make a difference in your town or village?

    John Fuller is leader of South Norfolk Council.  He asks

    • Do you want to play a key role in solving the housing crisis for the next generation?
    • Are you keen to improve our shared natural environment for everyone?
    • Could you give some time to ensure everyone has a fair opportunity to succeed regardless of background?
    • Would you consider yourself to be Conservative-minded who believes that everyone should have the opportunity to succeed.

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider running for Council.   

    We’re looking for community minded people who could use life skills drawn from any walk of life to ensure that your Council reflects the needs and aspirations of your neighbours.

    Every four years there are elections at South Norfolk Council.  The next elections are next May.   

    Everyone needs someone on their side.  Could that person be you?

    Becoming a councillor is an extremely rewarding experience.  It requires about 10-15 hours a month.   There’s a small salary but more importantly it gives you the opportunity to help your local community and be part of a dedicated team of like-minded people responsible for providing key services for your area creatively solving problems, not simply managing case loads.

    New councillors are good news. They mean fresh ideas and fresh enthusiasm, and that will be good for South Norfolk.  You don’t have to have political experience.  We’re simply looking for people with a strong moral compass with the drive and passion to make life better for local residents and business.

    You don’t have to be a member of the Conservative Party to apply although we’d expect you to join if your interest progresses further.  We don’t have vacancies in every area.   But we want to give the opportunity for anyone to apply and to see whether you can make a positive difference to your life and those of your neighbours.

    Do some research

    The independent Local Government Association has provides information that explains what being a Councillor is like