Name: Len Norman Age: 61 Place of birth: Jersey
Address: L'Abri, Rue du Hocq, St Clement, JE2 6LF
Family: Married to Rosemary. I have 2 children, Philip and Anna, and 4 grandchildren
Education: De La Salle College, Jersey
Occupation: Member of the States
Hobbies/interests: Chairman Le Squez Youth Club Management Committee, Patron St Clement Sports Club, President Jersey Friends of the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust.
As Constable I would:
• Continue to oppose inappropriate, large scale development in our parish. This is an issue I feel very strongly about and have campaigned vigorously, and with some success, to maintain the rural aspect and culture of St Clement.
• Bring to fruition the sheltered housing/retirement homes project.
• Press for traffic calming measures particularly in the 'village' area near the Parish Church and other hotspots.
• Improve communications with parishioners by and initiate a “Welcome Pack” for new residents of our parish.
• Ensure that the Parish Hall is the centre of our parochial social and cultural life.
• Work with the Rector and churchwardens to improve the parking facilities for visitors to the Church and Caldwell Hall.
• Be available to all parishioners at all reasonable times.
• Provide strong and vibrant representation in the States in the interests of St Clement parishioners.
• Continue to oppose indirect taxations such as the Goods and Services Tax.
• Maintain the campaign for a general election with all States Members being elected on the same day.
• Work to maintain the parish rate as low as possible without curtailing the services parishioners have a right to expect.
• With the support of parishioners, develop a kerbside recycling scheme.
Proposers: Maureen Hamel, Trevor Le Sueur, Dr Allyn Reid, Brian Nibbs, Norman McNeice, Alan Le Breton, David Peacock, Dermot Troy, Jean Chapman, Lynne Hind.
Maureen Hamel, who originally nominated Len Norman as a Deputy of the parish 25 years ago, put his name forward again last night as the new Constable. Mrs Hamel said that Mr Norman had represented the parish as a Deputy for 12 years and had gone on to serve as a Senator for a similar length of time.
His political career had included the presidencies of Social Security, Harbours and Airport, Housing, and Education.
Despite a busy and demanding political life, his involvement with the parish had included being a roads inspector, treasurer of St Clement’s Battle of Flowers Association, and he was currently management committee chairman of Le Squez Youth Club and patron of St Clement’s Sports Club.