Hilary Cox - Cromer

The remit of a County Councillor is wide ranging and time consuming and I have the experience to serve you effectively at Norfolk County Council. 

My commitment to the residents of Cromer, Suffield Park, Felbrigg, Roughton, Thorpe Market and Southrepps is to serve the community on the Communities Committee which involves everything within the heart of my ward; fire station, schools, library, the fishing industry, highways and museums enabling me to continue the excellent work achieved over the last four years.

The role of County Champion for Walking and Cycling will continue, encouraging all ages and abilities to be active safely thereby promoting longer healthier lifestyles.

Being actively retired myself I have the time, dedication and perseverance to serve the community to the best of my ability. I hope you will lend me your support.

Best wishes,

Hilary

 

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