Your chance to become a town councillor in Sprowston

PUBLISHED: 10:14 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:14 06 March 2018

Sprowston Diamomd Centre, the home of Sprowston Town Council. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Sprowston Diamomd Centre, the home of Sprowston Town Council. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Budding councillors can apply to take on the community role for Sprowston Town Council.

The vacancy for a councillor on the local government body will be filled by co-option at the town council meeting at the Sprowston Diamond Centre on March 14 at 7.30pm.

Anyone who wants to be considered for the post should write to the council’s town clerk, June Hunt, by emailing by mid-day on March 12.

Applications can also be addressed to Sprowston Diamond Centre, School Lane, Norwich, Norfolk, NR7 8TR.

People need to be over 18, not be debarred from standing as a councillor; have spent the past 12 months working, living or owning land or property in Sprowston; and be entered on the electoral register.

Applications should include a summary about themselves and why they want to be a councillor.

If more than one application for the post is received, current councillors will vote.

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