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Priory Ward

Mike Brindle

Mike said: “I’ve enjoyed representing Priory Ward since 2009 so I feel I am familiar with the issues that affect residents. I also know many people from my time as Headmaster of Rosemary Musker High School. My wife, Corinne and I are long-time Thetford residents, and I am committed to making Thetford a better place for all, and that’s what I will continue to work for if re-elected. We need more Labour councillors to campaign on national issues such as the cost of living and low wages, decent education for all, the environment and for a properly funded NHS. We will also need to fight on local issues that threaten your future or reduce your quality of life. As your local councillor I will always listen to your concerns and act where it is possible to do so. We can make Thetford a better place. For example, the Charles Burrell Centre, where I am a Founder Trustee, has created jobs, provided training, entertainment and recreation, and helped people set up new businesses”.

Mike is Chair of the Heritage and Events Committee, a member of the Finance & Personnel Committee, a member of Amenities and also Planning. At Breckland Council Mike is a member of the Planning Committee and the Appointments & Disciplinary Appeals Committee.

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Mike Brindle, Stuart Terry, Susan Dowling, Terry Jermy, Terry Land
A project led by a group of Councillors in Thetford to help tackle the cost-of-living crisis has reached its target of providing 50 slow cookers for local residents.

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