The current parish councillors for Mattishall are listed below. If you wish to make contact with any parish Councillor, contact the Clerk.
I have lived in Mattishall since March 2015 together with my wife. My interests include architecture, building renovation, gardening, reading and wine. I joined the Parish Council in June 2019.
Graham is a member of the Planning and Monitoring Group, Cemetery Working Group, Flooding Group, and VE/VJ Day Working Group. He is also Vice-Chairman of the Council for 21-22.
I moved to the village in 2019 after retiring from local government, working in the areas of planning and economic development. I am a member of the Mattishall Society and have a keen interest in environmental issues. I lead on the Parish Council's Footpath Working Group and am also a member of the Planning Monitoring Group. My role on the Parish Council enables me to play an active part in village life particularly ensuring that changes and new developments are beneficial to local residents.
In my spare time I enjoy walking, cycling, football and gardening.
David is a member of the Planning and Monitoring Group, Policies & Procedures Working Group, and Open Spaces Working Group.
I am a Mattishall man, born and bred. I still live in the house in which I was born and am part of a large family that has lived in Mattishall since the 1700s. I used to run the bakery on Church Plain but since having to give it up I now work as a nurse at the N&N Hospital.
I have been a Parish Councillor since 1983 and served as Chairman for many of those years. I am also a Trustee of the Barlow Charity responsible for the old school site and its affordable housing project.
I want to see the community thrive but to grow in a well-planned and appropriate way for the rural village it is. I still enjoy this work and find it rewarding - it is something I can do to help this community where my roots are and one which I love.
Richard is a trustee of the Barlow Charity and a member of the Cemetery Working Group.
I was born in Norwich and have lived, schooled, and been around this part of East Anglia all my life. My career in film and TV production took me to London, but even when living and working there, my parents still lived in Toftwood, my relatives in Mattishall, Gressenhall and Suffolk, and consequently I spent a great deal of time in this special part of Norfolk. I have now lived permanently in Mattishall since 2005.
Why did I stand as a Parish Councillor? Time has become one of the most important commodities that people now have. I know from previous charitable work that people with busy lives are more prepared to give money than time. So, in early Summer 2015, when there were four vacancies on the nine-member Parish Council, I decided to give my time.
The time is right for our community to take a fresh approach to how we provide and care for our ageing population, but also as to how we provide affordable housing for our young who are the future of our village.
Mike is an active supporter of the Mattishall Youth Club and regularly attends meetings relating to the A47 dualling project.
I moved to Mattishall in 2016 having lived in Essex for many years before. I am retired now but previously worked as a scientist and was a retained fire fighter for 19 years. I was also a parish councillor in Essex. I am a member of several village organisations, including the Barlow Charity and Mattishall Society. I am a Mattishall school governor.
My hobbies are fly-fishing, walking, gardening, cycling, keeping fit and travel.
David is a member of the following groups: Cemetery Working Group, Local Liaison Group (PC representative - A47 dualling and North Western Link) and VE/VJ Day Working Group.
I believe in trying to provide a voice for the people of Mattishall and in listening to local concerns.
David is a member of the Planning and Monitoring Group, Policies & Procedures Working Group, Cemetery Working Group, Open Spaces Working Group, and VE/VJ Day Working Group. He is also a trustee of the Barlow Charity.
I lived in Mattishall for over 30 years (although I now live in Dereham) and was first elected onto the Parish Council in 2000. I saw the post as a continuation of my caring and assisting people with their problems and helping in promoting the work of the Parish Council.
I have had great pleasure in creating an avenue of roses either side of the Cemetery footpath, tending the rose garden either side of the gates, developing the bank garden around the Memorial Garden and planting the flower displays under the village entrance signs to give all our residents and visitors a welcome to the village.
Being a Parish Councillor is a position I would not hesitate to recommend to anyone who feels they want to be more involved. If you are just that person come along and join us. Don't worry about what to do as we have an excellent clerk who gives guidance to us all!
Janice is a member of the Cemetery Working Group and VE/VJ Day Working Group.
I was born in Norwich and have lived and worked mainly in Norfolk. In 2013, having taken early retirement, I moved back to the family home owned since 1975.
I belong to several conservation organisations and we maintain our garden for the benefit of wildlife, others might just call it untidy.
I joined the parish council in 2015 and also joined the group developing the Neighbourhood Plan. I enjoy being involved in the village events, and the preparation for them, which offsets some of the more mundane aspects of parish council business.
Richard is the councillor with responsibility for checking and providing scrutiny on the Council's finances, he is a member of the Policies & Procedures Working Group, and the Flooding Group. He is the Chairman of the Council for 21-22.