Find out how to become a Councillor for North Norfolk District Council, come along to the Prospective Candidates’ Evening on 20 September 2018.
View a map of the ward boundaries within North Norfolk.
North Norfolk District Council’s area is split into wards, with district councillors elected to represent each ward.
Each community also falls into a parish, with a town or parish council representing it. The parish will roughly correspond to a town or village.
But it’s not always obvious where a parish boundary lies. Find out which communities are within each ward and parish using the maps below.
Review of ward boundaries
A review of ward boundaries, carried out by the independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) is proposing to change the number of councillors on North Norfolk District Council from 48 to 40.
On 11 April 2017 the LGBCE published final recommendations for the future electoral arrangements in North Norfolk.
The Ordnance Survey derived mapping included in this website is provided by North Norfolk District Council under licence from the Ordnance Survey in order to fulfil its public function to publicise local public services.Download ward and parishes map