The Register of Members Interests, as required by central government legislation, can be viewed on South Norfolk Council’s website here: Register
If you are interested in becoming a parish councillor please contact the parish clerk for more details.
Email addresses for Councillors are available below. To speak on the telephone or hold a meeting please contact the Parish Clerk who will make arrangements.
Chairman of the Parish Council
Chairman of the Environment & Planning Advisory Group
4 Cringleford Chase
Malcolm is a retired professor of Geography and Professor Emeritus in the University of Southampton. As well chairing the parish Council and its Environment and Planning Committee, he is a specialist on the Near and Middle East and has research interests in the historical develop of rural settlements and land use, currently in an area of southern Greece. He is writing a biography of Lt. Colonel Martin Leake (1779-1860)
Chairman of the Recreation and Amenities Group
13 Oakfields Road
Isabelle is a retired Speech and Language Therapist who has lived in Cringleford for thirty years and had been actively involved in a number of other local activities and organisations before joining the Parish Council.
Chairman of the Pavilion Steering Group
2 Oakfields Close
John has lived in Cringleford for 34 years and been a Parish Councillor for two and a half years as well as a player, coach, captain, chairman and committee member of various sports organisations and a member of St Peter’s Church Cringleford PCC. He is a family man with three children and six grandchildren, who joined the Parish Council to help with the ongoing development and management of quality facilities for parishioners. John worked for several years as an Independent Financial Advisor prior to retiring and previously worked in the commercial sector in sales, marketing and management roles. He is a keen sportsman, but advancing years and arthritis have restricted him to playing golf. He also enjoys singing in choirs including St Peter’s Church choir.
Chairman of the Financial Advisory Group
9 Meadow Farm Drive
Malcolm has worked in smallholder agriculture in Africa and the South Pacific. He is married with three children and now enjoys restoring furniture and running the family smallholding in Cringleford
4 Stratford Crescent
Trevor been associated with Cringleford, Colney and South Norfolk for nearly 40 years, the last four years as a resident in Cringleford. By profession, he is a research scientist and worked on the Norwich Research Park until his retirement in 2017
Chairman of the Personnel Committee
1 Brettingham Ave
Mervyn , with his wife, has lived in Cringleford for nearly five years. He was co-opted to the Parish Council two years ago. Prior to this he lived in Eaton in Norwich and represented the Eaton Division on the County Council for twelve years. Before his retirement he worked as a statistician for a local company but spent most of his working life lecturing in Mathematics and Operational Research at Norwich City College. He is a keen bridge player and has represented Norfolk in this game. One of the bridge clubs he belongs to meets regularly at the Willow Centre.
Councillor for Emergency Planning
7 Juniper Close
Trevis is a retired Electrical Engineer. In 1973 he founded a business in the west country specialising in the design of process and automation control systems. The business merged with a Norwich company 1986 which brought Trevis and his family to Norfolk. In 1992 he formed a process and automation consultancy practice operating out of Cambridge, this operated until his retirement in 2008. Since retirement, he has been involved with various charitable organisations, including four years as a councillor for Marlingford Parish Council.
22b Jasmine Walk
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Mark is a research scientist who has lived in Norwich his whole life, and Cringleford for 5 years. He also has a passion for the environment and sits on the Environment Committee at the Norwich Research Park. He hopes to contribute to the sustainability of Cringleford by reducing waste, improving energy and resource efficiency, and exploring innovative “green” community projects. When he isn’t working, reading or looking after his daughters, he can be found enjoying the company of close friends and a good board game!