Contact Your Candidates

Daniel Elmer & William Kemp

Your Conservative Councillors for Cringleford Ward

Cringleford Ward which comprises 3800 electors in Colney • Cringleford • Keswick and Intwood and will now be represented by two Councillors on South Norfolk Council

All across South Norfolk forty six Conservative community champions are standing in this election, each dedicated to solving local problems and growing a stronger economy and creating better lives for local people one family at a time, one street at a time and one place at a time. Here in Cringleford Ward our two local Conservative Councillors work hard to improve your life.

About Daniel

Daniel works professionally as a commercial analyst in Norwich ensuring that tax payers get the best value for money when procuring services from some of Europe’s largest companies. Daniel first came to Norfolk in 2012 to study at the UEA. He graduated from the university with a degree in Economics before deciding to settle down and build a life and career here in South Norfolk.

Outside of work Daniel has many interests that keep him busy. He has previously served as a trustee for a large country park on the edge of Norwich and is committed to preserving our local environment for the enjoyment of residents. In his spare time he enjoys walking at the country park at Whitlingham and along the popular Yare Valley walking routes. Daniel has the enthusiasm, energy and commitment required to be a district councillor.

In recent years, Daniel has been involved in his local community and has worked on community campaigns in Norwich and South Norfolk to improve local roads, combat graffiti and support sustainable housing developments. Daniel hopes to use these experiences and his professional skills to deliver best value to local taxpayers and support the residents of Cringleford, Colney and Keswick as their local councillor. 

About William

William was born in Romford but has lived in South Norfolk since the age of 9. He is now 34 and works as a Solicitor for one of the leading firms in Norwich. He is recently married to Katie, a primary school teacher.

William has served as a District Councillor in South Norfolk for 12 years. He is an experienced community champion with a proven commitment to hard work and community service. He is a keen cyclist and enjoys travelling around the beautiful South Norfolk countryside and is passionate about protecting its unique character.

He is committed to supporting good causes and has in the past raised funds by cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats, climbing mountains in the Lake District and Wales and running a half marathon. William is not afraid to stand up and speak out on the issues that matter to residents.

He ensures the Council supports local people and businesses and that their voice is heard.” He says “I have chosen to raise my family in South Norfolk and I want to continue my work on the Council to make South Norfolk a great place to live.”

Your Conservative District Council

A Message from the Leader of the Council

John Fuller OBE

Conservative Leader of South Norfolk Council

Following the Elections held on 4th May 2023, local Conservatives run South Norfolk Council.  Running a council is a serious business but we never forget our mission to make South Norfolk one of the best places to live in the country.

We are proud of everything we do and strive to be the most efficient, highest performing and technologically advanced Council in Norfolk.

You can read about the promises that we made at election time by reading the manifesto summary below.

The Five Pledges we made to you at the Election

Our Manifesto Summary

Our 2023 Manifesto

A Plan that delivers for every resident and business in the whole of South Norfolk

Download Our Manifesto Summary Here