Gordon Bambridge & Bill Borrett - your councillors for Upper Wensum

Bill Borrett is a hardworking local councillor and has served the residents of Upper Wensum Ward since 2007. He lives locally at Hoe with his partner Jules, his twin teenage daughters and the family’s dogs. He was made chairman of the Audit Committee at Breckland Council where he has used his experience to provide scrutiny of the accounts and challenge whether value for money is being provided.
Bill says, “it has been a privilege to represent the area where I live and work,  I promise to continue to do my best for the villages of the Upper Wensum ward."
Gordon Bambridge has been a Breckland member in this area for 16 years, following ten years on a parish council.
Gordon represents the 15 parishes which make up Upper Wensum Ward, and attends many of the parish council meetings plus other events in the area and is in constant touch with what is going on within the community.  He is Cabinet member for Growth and vice chairman of Norfolk Rivers IDB.
Gordon is easily reached by telephone or social media, and writes a regular ‘Blog’ which is aimed at keeping the community in touch with Breckland.

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Trevor Carter - your District Councillor for Hermitage Ward

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