Kay Grey - your Councillor for Dereham Withburga

My name is Kay Grey and I am delighted to have been elected to represent Dereham Withburga Ward this May.
I am proud to live in Dereham along with my husband Alan and my two dogs.
Before we moved to Dereham, I spent five years serving as a Borough Councillor in Great Yarmouth where I gained a lot of invaluable experience listening to concerns of residents and also in the workings of local government.
When I'm not out and about walking my dogs, I very much enjoy being lead singer in a band called the 'Space Hoppers' and we perform in pubs and clubs right across the county.
Sometimes, the small issues that affect our lives are the most important and I am always available to listen and strive to do everything I can for the residents I represent.
I look forward to representing the residents of Dereham Withburga.

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Keith Martin your District Councillor for Attleborough Burgh & Haverscroft

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Trevor Carter - your District Councillor for Hermitage Ward

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