Breckland Council leader unveils new cabinet
Breckland Council leader William Nunn has announced a shake-up in his cabinet.
Michael Wassell has gone in to the ruling executive as deputy leader and has the responsibility for finance and democratic services.
He replaces Adrian Stasiask who has left the cabinet.
Also entering the executive are Ian Sherwood (performance and business development) and Elizabeth Gould (planning and environmental services).
Lynda Turner (localism, community and environmental services), Mark Kiddle-Morris (assets and strategic development) and William Smith (internal services) make up the cabinet.
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As well as Mr Stasiak, also leaving the executive are Paul Claussen and Stephen Askew.
Mr Nunn also announced a team of executive support members - who provide back-up to the cabinet members. They are Ellen Jolly, Claire Bowes, Mark Robinson, William Richmond, Frank Sharpe and Phillip Duigan.
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Mr Nunn said: 'As we face unprecedented challenges in local government Breckland has a strong, committed and dedicated team who are ready to meet these challenges head on.
'I would like to take this opportunity to thank Adrian Stasiak, Paul Claussen, Steve Askew and Diana Irving who have each served on the executive in various roles for several years and who have helped steer the council to numerous achievements during that time.'