The following were successful in the 2019 elections, or have been co-opted since, and will serve until 2023.
We currently have one vacancy out of our thirteen places. If you are interested in finding out what being a councillor involves, and how to be considered, please contact the Parish Clerk.
Councillors’ register of interest forms are available here on the Borough Council website.
In addition Council has a Clerk, who is also the Responsible Financial Officer – the Clerk is currently Simon Bower.
Our Administrative Assistant position, which covers the Office when the Clerk is not present, and has its own remit including the Village fete etc., is currently vacant.
Council’s third employee is Marian McCall, who keeps the central area of the Village clean and tidy, and cleans the Office.
Following boundary changes at the 2019 election, the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk now has only one Ward Councillor representing Snettisham, Ian Devereux.
Norfolk County Council has a much larger area covered by its Division Councillors. Stuart Dark, is the County Councillor whose division includes the Village. SEPT 2019: Please note there is a consultation ongoing relating to the Electoral Divisions of NCC, which you can find on its website.
|Borough Cllr Ian Devereux||Cllr Devereux’s BCKLWN page|
|County Cllr Stuart Dark||Cllr Dark’s NCC page|
Following the General Election on Dec 12th, our MP is James Wild (Conservative) – full details to follow, but in the meantime he can be contacted at the House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA, 0207 219 3000.