William Richmond - Dereham North

Elected in May 2013, I have worked tirelessly on behalf of residents in Dereham and Scarning.   I have campaigned to achieve County Wildlife Site Status for Neatherd Moor and Etling Green.  Working with Dereham Town and Scarning Parish Councils, I have secured funding from the County Council’s Parish Partnership Scheme for local Highway improvements – including traffic calming measures, new footways and bus stop upgrades.

At County Hall, I have served on the Adult Social Care Committee and the Environment, Transport and Development Committee.  I also represent Breckland on Norfolk’s Police and Crime Panel.

I live on the family farm at East Bilney.  I was born and raised in Norfolk, educated at Neatherd High School and Dereham Sixth Form College and then read History at Newcastle University.  I have helped to fund-raise for various charities including the Royal British Legion and the friends of Dereham Hospital.

 

 

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