Sheringham Town Councillors
STC Mayor, Lead of Morley Hill Task and Finish Group
Peter was born in Overstrand, Norfolk in 1961 and is the youngest of four brothers. Educated at the Overstrand Belfry School and Cromer Secondary Modern School’s and after school at the Kings Lynn Technical College…..
STC Deputy Mayor, Chair of Employment Committee, Lead of Climate Emergency Working Group
Sue has lived in Sheringham for 15 years and thoroughly appreciates and cherishes the uniqueness and character of the town
Chair of Finance and Governance Committee
Madeleine was honoured to have served Mayor of Sheringham from 2018 – 2021 and will continue to work for the benefit of all residents of the town as she has for over 15 years as a Town Councillor. Recently elected as a Director of the Norfolk Association of Local Councils (NALC) she will be active in promoting their ideals and well-being initiatives to assist all local town and parish councils in Norfolk.
Chair of Building Community and Economic Development Committee
Hazel is a relative newcomer to Sheringham having relocated, with her husband and two children, to this beautiful part of the country in 2016….
Colin has been a teacher for 16 years, first in primary and then in special needs. He currently teaches at Sheringham Woodfields special school. He previously taught in schools in London…
Chair of Planning Committee, Vice Chair of Finance and Governance Committee.
Stephen was raised in Sheringham and after school and university moved to London where he worked in the City for 30 years…
Vice Chair of Employment Committee
Roz came to Sheringham seven years ago having previously lived in London all her life. Roz had known and loved Sheringham from years of visiting and on retirement she and her husband knew it was where they wanted to be.
Lead of Town Centre Development Group
Liz moved to Sheringham in 1994 when her husband’s work brought them to the area. Growing up abroad in Germany and Spain and with many moves Sheringham is the first place, where she felt she has put down roots. Both of her sons grew up here and have attended local schools and benefited from being part of, what she believes is a strong, caring and thriving community. During the Pandemic Liz realised the need to provide community support and increase community connectivity and initiated Sheringham Community Support, which she continues to be active in co-ordinating.
Vice Chair of the Assets Committee
Tony has been a resident of Sheringham for 47 years and has worked in various branches of the engineering during his working life.