Updated 04.11.19

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Watton Town Council works with Breckland District Council www.breckland.gov.uk

and Norfolk County Council www.norfolk.gov.uk.

Local Council’s Responsibilities




Notice dated – 4th November 2019

Are you passionate about making Watton a great place to live and work?

Do you want to shape the way the town develops?

Do you want to represent local people’s views?

Do you want to influence the projects and services the Council undertakes?

Become a Town Councillor and make a difference in your community

Following the resignation of a Town Councillor there is 1 vacancy

to be filled by co-option.

If you are over 18 and an elector of Watton or live within a radius of 3 miles of Watton or work or own property in Watton and you would like to be considered for the position please let the Town Clerk know. Contact alternatives are given below so an application form can be provided to you. Forms and other information can be found at www.wattontowncouncil.gov.uk under Council Procedures – Policies

E-mail contact is encouraged.

Returned application forms will need to reach the office by

12 noon on Friday 29th November 2019

If you are interested in becoming a Town Councillor, please contact the Town Clerk for further details

Email: clerk@wattontowncouncil.gov.uk phone: 01953 881007




Sunday 24th November

Watton High Street

1pm – 5pm Christmas Light Switch on @ 4pm


Watton Town Council Mayor 2019-20

The first meeting of the newly elected Town Council for Watton was held on 14.05.19.

 Pat WARWICK was elected as Chairman and Mayor of Watton.

Jane FOUNTAIN was elected Vice-Chairman.