Chairman of the Council
Sinclair has lived in Pulham St Mary for the last 23 years and has served as a Councillor since 2003.
He has been Chairman since 2007.
He is a a motor engineer by trade and runs a garage in Tivetshall.
Sinclair is a member of the Sports & Recreation and the Planning Sub Committees.
Glenn moved to the village in 2011 and is new to the council, appointed in May 2015. He is a retired businessman who was a Parish Councillor in Suffolk and a judge for Anglian in Bloom. He hopes to use his knowledge to make a purposeful contribution to village life. Glenn is on the Sports & Recreation and Planning Sub Committees and is the village Tree Warden
Tania has lived in the village since 1996 and has served as a Councillor since 2002. She runs a training consultancy business with her husband Patrick and also works as a Primary School Teacher in Attleborough. Tania is a member of the Planning Sub Committee.
Zoe has lived in the village for nearly 22 years and has served on the Parish Council since 2007. Zoe is a semi-retired school teacher. She believes village life is very important and is involved with several village organisations. Zoe is a member of the Planning Sub Committee.
Sue has lived in the the village of Pulham St Mary since 2008 and joined the parish council in April 2010. She is a retired Maths teacher. Sue is a member of the Planning Sub Committee. .
Simon has lived in Pulham St Mary his entire life.
He is a member of the Parish Council because he endeavours to help things to run smoothly and would like to improve things in the village for all its inhabitants. He is a farmer by trade. Simon is a member of the Sports & Recreation Committee.
Councillor and District Councillor for Beckvale
Clayton moved to the village in September 2012, hopes the knowledge he has gained being a Parish and District councillor elsewhere before moving to South Norfolk will enable him to #getstuffdone for the benefit of the parish and wider community. Clayton is a Chartered Engineer, a keen private pilot, runs his own property management business and active on social media. You can follow him on http://twitter.com/claytonhudson
Paul moved to the Maltings in March 2014 having previously lived in Saxlingham Nethergate. He is a retired company director and textile technologist. At present he is a director and trustee of Headway the brain injury charity and he also helps out as a volunteer at the Pennoyer Centre with film nights. Paul is a member of the Sports & Recreation and the Planning Sub Committees.