Norfolk County Council elections and General Election

Elections will take place on 4 May 2017 to elect County Councillors and on 8 June 2017 to elect the North Norfolk MP

Details of any upcoming elections, parish polls and referendums, including notices of elections

Norfolk County Council Elections - 4th May 2017

Nominations to stand as a candidate for the Norfolk County Council elections on May 4 have now closed. Statements of persons nominated in the 11 electoral divisions across North Norfolk can be found below.

You can view a map of the electoral divisions for North Norfolk and a list of the Polling Stations in North Norfolk.

Councillors do not receive a salary, however they do get a Member's Allowance in respect of their time plus expenses incurred while on Council business.

Norfolk County Council has 84 elected members, each representing an electoral division of up to 10,000 voters.

Every four years the people of each division elect one councillor to be a member of Norfolk County Council.

Here is a list of meeting rooms bookable by candidates free of charge.

Relevant documents

Further information regarding the County Council elections can be found by visiting Norfolk County Council’s elections page

Holt Ward District by-election - 4th May 2017

A by-election has been called for the Holt Ward following the resignation of a Councillor.

Nominations to stand as a candidate for the Holt Ward have now closed. A statement of persons nominated in the ward can be found below.

Relevant documents

General Election - 8th June 2017

The UK Parliament has agreed to hold a General Election on June 8.

Here we answer frequently asked questions about the run up to the election in North Norfolk, how to vote and who may be standing.

Relevant documents

For more general information about voting, visit

For more FAQs provided by Parliament, visit the Parliament website