10 am - 3 pm

Our popular seminar is the opportunity to update yourself on key topics of interest and network with like-minded clerks and councillors.  The day will include sessions led by the Norfolk PTS team and invited speakers, as well as break-out sessions during the afternoon.


Thursday, 22 September 2022


Queen's Hills Community Centre, Costessey


Julie King, Luisa Cantera, Sara Campbell, Di Dann


£52 subscribers | £65 non-subscribers

Further details about speakers will be published shortly.


We'll send you joining instructions a week before the session is due to be held.  It would be helpful to know if you have any dietary requirements when you make the booking.

Comments from our last seminar held in March 2022:

Gives a real boost, realistic ideas, great to connect with other councillors and clerks.

Amazing as always, very informative. Don't think I will ever stop learning in this role. Thank you ladies...see you next time.

Very helpful and informative as usual.

I have been to local council seminars and meetings in the past which have been both dull and have, on occasion, disregarded the needs of of smaller councils. Yours overturned my opinion of council organisations and I was energised as well as informed by the meeting. Thank you.

It was brilliant; I always learn so much and to have the opportunity to have two further training/update sessions, was amazing.

It was a successful seminar along with an excellent lunch and very good speakers giving us a lot to go back to our Councils with ideas and suggestions.

Seminar was great as usual. Would of liked a bit more time of topics especially the Monitoring Officers as this was very helpful but too short. Gained a great deal of information from the topics covered especially the Jubilee and Grants.

I found it very useful and will be recommending the next one to fellow councillors.

I enjoyed the seminar and nice to see everyone face to face. Would have like more time on the code of conduct etc time for questions would have made the seminar 100%.

Just quite brilliant!