Penny Carpenter - Caister-on-Sea

Penny has served on the Great Yarmouth Borough Council for the last two years for the Caister South Ward and has been chosen to be the Conservative Party Candidate for the Caister on Sea Division for the Norfolk County Council Elections.

Penny recognises and understands the important responsibilities of a working Councillor. Crime and anti social behaviour blights our lives and communities and she has overseen 2 Public Space Protection Orders since being elected helping our communities be protected

Before retiring Penny worked for Norfolk Constabulary as a Civilian Crime Reduction Officer helping forge links with agencies within the town partnerships. Penny supports many groups and takes part in a multi agency group that pay visits to the vulnerable and elderly within the Borough.

Penny is fully committed to work  with all local groups who work tirelessly for the residents of Caister on Sea 

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