Mark Kiddle Morris - your District Councillor for Launditch Ward

Mark Kiddle Morris was first elected to Breckland Council in 2007 and served as a District Councillor until 2015, he was also elected to Norfolk County Council and is his 3rd term of office. Mark served in the Royal Air Force at Marham and Swanton Morley leaving to take up a Ministry of Defence post as a project engineer.
Since first elected as a councillor, Mark has worked hard to ensure that the concerns and problems of residents 
and Parish Councils are properly addressed by the appropriate authority. He has advised and helped communities of matters such as planning, highway maintenance, footpath and public rights of way, flooding and minerals and water planning.
Mark is keen to ensure that our communities are developed in a sensitive way respecting our heritage and protecting our environment and wildlife. 

See Also

Fabian Eagle - your District Councillor for Ashill

Fabian Eagle was born in North Pickenham and continues to live there with his family. Fabian whose profession as an auctioneer with clients and friends across the ward, has by growing up,living and working in our villages seen the many changes that have happened to our rural area.
 

Keith Martin your District Councillor for Attleborough Burgh & Haverscroft

Keith Martin has lived in Attleborough for most of his life.Although semi-retired, he is still very busy assisting friends and family and spends time with his three daughters, six grandchildren and great grandson. Keith has been a member of Breckland Council for over 35 years and sits on the Town

Trevor Carter - your District Councillor for Hermitage Ward

Former soldier and local teacher, Trevor Carter considers that is has been a great privilege to be elected to represent Hermitage Ward again. During the past 8 years he has focused his energies in dealing with the many issues residents have tasked him with.

Helen Crane - your District Councillor for Saham Toney Ward

Helen Crane.  Helen's experience as a Farm Secretary, active partner in the family farm, and running her craft studio gives her a good insight into the needs of a rural community. Helen serves as a Charity Trustee, was a School Governor and is currently on the PPG at Shipdham Surgery.