Mid Norfolk Conservatives

** Important *** A by-election for the Norfolk County Council Yare and All Saints Division is likely to be held in mid-July, following Cllr Cliff Jordan's resignation due to ill health.  Norfolk Conservative Associations are asked to pass this on to their members.

Applications are invited from Conservative Party members who are currently approved to be local election candidates in Norfolk - people who are awaiting results should check with their association chairmen.  All applications should be by email to midnorfolkconservatives@gmail.com or by post to the MNCA Office at 8 Damgate Street, Wymondham, Norfolk NR18 0BQ. Applications should include name, address, contact details, a CV of not more than two sides of A4 paper, which will be used to sift the shortlist, and a statement stating that the applicant has current approval to stand as a Conservative candidate in Norfolk. 

Tuesday 5 June.  Applications to be received by 09:00.  Shortlisting to be conducted by the MNCA officer team in consultation the Upper Yare Branch of the Association.  Each applicant to be notified of his or her result by telephone and email that evening.

Wednesday 6 June - approval interviews, if necessary, and selection to be conducted as part of the MNCA Executive Council meeting to held that evening.

Mid-July - by-election.

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