Representation of the People Acts Parliamentary General Election Mid Norfolk 7 May 2015 Returns as to Election Expenses. A copy of these returns and declarations (including any accompanying documents) is open to inspection during normal office hours until 12 June 2017 at Breckland Council, Elizabeth House, Walpole Loke, Dereham, NR19 1EE
Parish Elections: 2nd July 2015
Elections were held (if contested) on the 2nd July 2015 for the following parish Councils who received insufficient nominations for 18 June elections.
- New Buckenham
Parish Elections: 18 June 2015
Elections were held (if contested) on the 18th June 2015 for the following parish Councils who received insufficient nominations for 7 May elections.
- Great Cressingham
- New Buckenham
Parliamentary, District and Parish Council Elections took place on the 7 May 2015.
UK General Parliamentary Election
There are 2 Parliamentary constituencies in the Breckland Council area. The Breckland council runs the elections for the Mid Norfolk parliamentary constituency, Kings Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council are responsible for running the South West Norfolk parliamentary constituency.
District Council Elections
There are 49 district councillors and they are elected every four years. There are 27 wards and they are listed together with the number of councillors elected for each ward and can be found by clicking on the following link Councillors and wards
Parish and Town Council Elections
Parish and town council elections are held every four years. Follow the Map link above to show the parishes within Breckland Council area.
There are 112 parishes in Breckland, of which 97 have parish councils. Some town councils are divided into wards. The number of parish councillors varies in accordance with a scheme prepared by Breckland Council. Each councillor serves for a four year term of office.
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