District Councillors

Trudy Mancini-Boyle

Councillor for Thorpe St Andrew South East

Trudy has been a councillor since 2011, and has worked enormously hard to promote the interests of her constituents. Trudy is currently the Deputy Leader of the Council and serves on a variety of Panels in order to improve the Council.

Ian Moncur

Councillor for Sprowston East

Ian has been a councillor since 2015, and routinely goes out to Sprowston to speak to residents and hear their concerns on a range of issues.

Sue Prutton

Councillor for Hellesdon South East

Sue was recently elected in May 2019 as the Conservative Councillor for Hellesdon South East. Sue cares a lot about elderly people, and improving the lives of older residents in her ward and throughout the District.

Jonathan Emsell

Councillor for Thorpe St Andrew South East

Jonathan has been a councillor since 2011, and has demonstrated enormous passion for his role and the constituents he serves in Thorpe St Andrews. He has a particular interest in Service Improvement and Efficiency and now serves as the chairman on this committee for the council.

Nigel Shaw

Councillor for Thorpe St Andrew North West

Nigel has been a councillor since 2002, and has been thoroughly involved in the work of the Council.

John Fisher

Councillor for Thorpe St Andrew North West

John has been a councillor since 1999, and has served in his role for twenty years.

Karen Vincent

Councillor for Old Catton and Sprowston West

Karen has been a councillor since 2015, and has demonstrated enormous enthusiasm for the Council in doing all she can to improve it and make it work better for residents.

Shelagh Gurney

Councillor for Hellesdon North West

Shelagh has been a councillor since 1997, and has served in her role for over twenty two years.

Samuel Walker

Councillor for Old Catton and Sprowston West

Sam is a newly elected councillor who secured his seat in May 2019.

David King

Councillor for Hellesdon North West

David is a newly elected councillor for Hellesdon North West, securing his seat in May 2019. Prior to this he has served in a variety of other elected capacities and is pleased to now be able to represent this ward in the Council.