Parish Councillors

Mark Scanlan
Chairman

Mark moved to Pulham St Mary in the summer of 2017.  He has previously been involved with a community management group but has not been part of a parish council before, he is interested in this role as he is keen to engage within the local community. Mark is a member of the Sports & Recreation , the Planning and the Data Protection Committees.

 

Zoe Clarke
Vice Chair

Zoe is a retired school teacher and has served on the Parish Council since 2007.  She believes village life is very important and is involved with several village organisations. Zoe is a member of the Planning Sub Committee.

 

Tania McDaniel
Councillor

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 and the Data Protection Committees.

 

Dan Cave
Councillor

Dan has been a resident of Pulham St Mary since moving to the village with his family in 2018. He works in the fire suppression industry and is also the Manager of Bungay Town under 8’s football team.
Dan is the Parish Council Armed Forces Representative. Having served over 20 years in the military as a member of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, he feels motivated to support serving, ex serving personnel, their families and the wider service community.

 

Sue Ellam
Councillor

Sue has lived in 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 and the Data Protection Committees.

 

Simon Burridge
Councillor

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 and the Planning Sub Committee.

 

Paul Lanshaw
Councillor

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.

 

There is currently a Casual Vacancy 

For details about how to become a Parish Councillor please contact the Clerk

Giles West
Councillor

Giles has lived in the village all his life.  He is keen on sport and plays Rugby for Diss. He is a farmer by occupation and has joined the Council as he hopes to add value to the local community. Giles is a member of the Sports and recreation Committee and the Planning Sub Committee.

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