Carl Smith - Breydon

Carl has been selected to represent the Breydon Division at the Norfolk County council Elections

 Carl lives and works with his family in Gorleston. In 2015 he was elected on to the Great Yarmouth Borough Council representing the Bradwell North ward. He has since served as a Cabinet Member and is currently Chairman of the Environment Committee. Since being elected Carl has been working hard, dealing with the many issues that effect and concern our Local community.

Local Elections are all about the community ensuring residents have someone who speaks up for them listen and help them with their concerns. Carls concerns are our environment our economy and our safety. Supporting the residents to ensure they can access the services that they need which forms the very fabric of our Local Community.

 

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