June 19 2013 Latest news:
Monday, October 22, 2012
Four candidates will be standing to represent Beccles South on Waveney District Council.
A by-election will be held on Thursday November 15 following the resignation of Labour’s Alan Thwaites due to ill health.
Announced to stand are Graham Catchpole, of Coney Hill, Beccles, for the Conservatives, Nicky Elliott, of Barsham, for the Green Party, Doug Darmer, of Ashmans Road, Beccles, for the Liberal Democrats, and Alan Green, of Fishermans Way, Kessingland, for Labour.
Prior to Mr Thwaites’ resignation the opposition Labour party had 23 seats and the Conservatives also had 23, with the Tories relying on the support of chairman Peter Collecott, an independent, for control of the council. Mr Elliott represents the Green Party.
The by-election will take place on Thursday November 15, the same day as the Police and Crime Commissioner elections.
Standing for the role of Police and Crime Commissioner in Suffolk are Jane Basham, for Labour, independent David Cocks, Bill Moutford, for UKIP, and Tim Passmore, for Conservaties.
Naturists are to be banned from a nationally-renowned Norfolk beach following complaints about anti-social behaviour committed in the area.
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